ple-, pleini-, plen-, plet-

(Latin: fill, full)

accomplish (verb), accomplishes; accomplished; accomplishing
accomplished (adjective), more accomplished, most accomplished
1. A description of a person who is very good or highly skilled at doing something: Sam was an accomplished actor who successfully made the transition from the stage to the screen.
2. Successfully finished or completed: The essay was an accomplished piece of writing and it was worthy of being published.
3. Without doubt or unquestionable: It is an accomplished fact that if anyone plays in a patch of poison ivy, he or she will undoubtedly develop a severe rash.
Proficient as an expert.
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accomplishment (s) (noun), accomplishments (pl)
complement (s), complements (pl) (nouns)
complement (verb), complements; complemented; complementing
complemental (adjective)
complementally (adverb)
complementary (adverb)
complete (verb), completes; completed; completing
complete (adjective), more complete, most complete
completely (adverb)
compliable (adjective), more compliable, most compliable
Regarding something or someone capable of yielding or bending: Mrs. White had a very compliable, accommodating, and agreeable temper which rewarded her with many friends in comparison to the past when she wasn't so compliable and cooperative.
compliably (adverb), more compliably, most compliably
Regarding how something or someone is willing to yield or is capable of bending; compliantly: Mary compliably conceded to writing the minutes of the staff meeting.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning "more, plentiful, fullness, excessive, over flowing": copi-; exuber-; hyper-; multi-; opulen-; pleio-; plethor-; poly-; super-; total-; ultra-; undu-.