The completion or fulfillment of something; the achievement of a desired end.
Late middle english. from latin consummatio, from consummare.
- The wedding was the consummation of their love for each other.
- The project was finally completed after many years of hard work, and the team celebrated its consummation.
- The treaty marked the consummation of years of negotiations between the two nations.
- The new law represented the consummation of a decade-long effort by activists.
- The championship game was the consummation of a season filled with hard work and determination.