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  1. To bring to completion; to accomplish.
  2. To make (a marriage) complete by engaging in first sexual intercourse.
    After the reception, he escorted her to the honeymoon suite to consummate their marriage.
    • 1890, Giovanni Boccacio, translated by James MacMullen Rigg, The Decameron
      ... in the essay which he made the very first night to serve her so as to consummate the marriage he made a false move, ...

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  1. Complete, perfect, absolute.
    Always the consummate gentleman, he always knows how to treat a woman.

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