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    A phrase

    I keep hearing the phrase "this person is a (constument?) professional" but I can't find the word constument. I know it's not spelled correctly but I can't find it in the dictionary. Am I hearing it wrong or are people using a made up word? Please any help would be appreciated. It's driving me crazy.

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    Re: A phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by jakes View Post
    I keep hearing the phrase "this person is a (constument?) professional" but I can't find the word constument. I know it's not spelled correctly but I can't find it in the dictionary. Am I hearing it wrong or are people using a made up word? Please any help would be appreciated. It's driving me crazy.
    consummate..adj

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