Monday, March 2, 2009

My little word for 2009

So it's only the third month of 2009 and I've had this sitting as a draft since Christmas.......I thought I'd just get it out of the way!

I chose my word and you I'm sure you've been on pins and needles waiting for me to announce it:

So, without further ado:


having all parts or elements; lacking nothing; whole; entire; full: a complete set of Mark Twain's writings.
finished; ended; concluded: a complete orbit.
having all the required or customary characteristics, skills, or the like; consummate; perfect in kind or quality: a complete scholar.
thorough; entire; total; undivided, uncompromised, or unmodified: a complete victory; a complete mess.
Grammar. having all modifying or complementary elements included: The complete subject of “The dappled pony gazed over the fence” is “The dappled pony.” Compare
simple (def. 20).
Also, completed. Football. (of a forward pass) caught by a receiver.
Logic. (of a set of axioms) such that every true proposition able to be formulated in terms of the basic ideas of a given system is deducible from the set. Compare
incomplete (def. 4b).
Engineering. noting a determinate truss having the least number of members required to connect the panel points so as to form a system of triangles. Compare
incomplete (def. 3), redundant (def. 5c).
(of persons) accomplished; skilled; expert.
of or pertaining to an algebraic system, as a field with an order relation defined on it, in which every set of elements of the system has a least upper bound.
of or pertaining to a set in which every fundamental sequence converges to an element of the set. Compare
fundamental sequence.
(of a lattice) having the property that every subset has a least upper bound and a greatest lower bound.–verb (used with object)
to make whole or entire: I need three more words to complete the puzzle.
to make perfect: His parting look of impotent rage completed my revenge.
to bring to an end; finish: Has he completed his new novel yet?
to consummate.
Football. to execute (a forward pass) successfully: He completed 17 passes in 33 attempts. Unabridged Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2006.

~I'm sure it's pretty self explanatory why I NEED this to be my word.

Leave a comment and hold me accountable, please...........


Keeper Of All Things said...

You make me come..........

You make me complete..........

You make me completely miserable.


Blue Castle said...

Oh wow. I think that's the best word for the year I've seen. I need this too. :)

Keeper Of All Things said...

Would you complete another post already?!!!!!!

favorite aunt said...

So this is your favorite aunt (I may be your only one) with insomnia --- just finished reading my third book in 4 days but I can't even tell you the name. Did read the new Jody Piccoult ...

Hope all is well with you ... real nice photo of your brother! I think I just saved one I found of you in a beauty pageant. Hmmmm

Bahama Shores Mama said...

You ARE my favorite aunt, and my gay uncle thinks he's an aunt, so you can't be my ONLY aunt :)

I read that Picoult book too. You should shoot me an email whenever you finish a good book.

Keep the pictures to yourself!!!

Hope all is well up your way. Keep commenting on my blog and I'll be sure to put a new post up someday :)

I was in Disney while you had insomnia. Michelle and her family were there and I hadn't seen her in 8 years!!!