Definition Of fulfill

verb

bring to completion or reality; achieve or realize (something desired, promised, or predicted).

he wouldn't be able to fulfill his ambition to visit Naples

carry out (a task, duty, or role) as required, pledged, or expected.

some officials were dismissed because they could not fulfill their duties

Example Of fulfill

  • According to this story, he promised her that if her desire is not fulfilled after this practice, she can catch hold of him at the doom's day.

  • After passing the tests of childhood and circumcision, boys must fulfill a civic requirement similar to military service.

  • April suddenly felt her desire to fulfill her oath to Zoe redouble.

  • By destroying trees and killing animals man may be able to fulfill his short-term desires, but he was causing a few irreversible problems in the long run.

  • Even though success was welcomed, it was also a time of difficulty for Tolkien who described the enormous pressure from people who expected him to fulfill a role that he was not available to fill.


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