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perfect, extreme, supreme or in the highest degree
consummate
final, furthest, greatest possibility, or beyond which it is impossible to go
ultimate
having measurable or definable limits or bounds
finite
trivial, petty, unimportant or not worthy of consideration
inconsiderable
narrow, provincial, restricted or limited in range or scope
parochial
essential to completeness, organically linked, or formed as a unit; or complete or lacking nothing essential
integral
made or accomplished gradually or piece by piece
piecemeal
various, several, miscellaneous. (noun= always plural) "All and sundry" Everyone together and individually
sundry
to abound, swarm or be filled to overflowing
teem
wide spread or generally occuring, practiced or accepted
prevalent
plentiful or abundant
copious
excessive, extravagant, or immoderate
exorbitant
to count and record; the amount recorded; the record itself; or to agree or correspond
tally