Etymology
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accomplished (adj.)

late 14c., "completed, finished," past-participle adjective from accomplish (v.). From late 15c. as "perfect in acquirements as a result of training," from accomplish in an archaic sense "make complete by providing education in what is wanting," especially mental accomplishments and social graces.

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Definitions of accomplished

accomplished (adj.)
highly skilled;
an accomplished pianist
Synonyms: complete
accomplished (adj.)
successfully completed or brought to an end;
his mission accomplished he took a vacation
Synonyms: completed / realized / realised
accomplished (adj.)
settled securely and unconditionally;
that smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact
Synonyms: effected / established
From wordnet.princeton.edu