Synonyms and related words:
SOL, acquitted, agreed, all bets off, all off, all over, all up, all up with, anchored, arranged, ascertained, assigned, assured, at an end, attested, authenticated, beat, beaten, bent, bested, borne out, canceled, certain, certified, chronic, circumstantiated, colonized, compacted, complete, concluded, confirmed, confounded, constant, contracted, corroborated, covenanted, dead, decided, decisive, deep-dyed, deep-engraven, deep-fixed, deep-grounded, deep-laid, deep-rooted, deep-seated, deep-set, deep-settled, defeated, defunct, deleted, demonstrated, deployed, determinate, determined, discharged, discomfited, done, done for, done in, done with, down, dyed-in-the-wool, embedded, embosomed, embossed, empeopled, emplaced, ended, engaged, engrafted, engraved, ensconced, entrenched, established, etched, expended, expunged, extinct, fallen, fast, fastened, fini, finished, firm, firmly established, fixed, flinty, floored, graven, guaranteed, hired, hors de combat, immovable, implanted, impressed, imprinted, in the bag, incorrigible, inculcated, indelibly impressed, infixed, inflexible, ingrained, ingrown, inhabited, installed, instilled, intent, inveterate, inwrought, irreversible, kaput, lambasted, lathered, licked, liquidated, located, long-established, loyal, made sure, nailed down, occupied, old-line, on a rock, on bedrock, on ice, on the skids, open-and-shut, outdone, over, overborne, overcome, overmastered, overmatched, overpowered, overridden, overthrown, overturned, overwhelmed, paid, paid in full, panicked, peopled, perfected, placed, planted, populated, populous, positioned, posted, postpaid, prepaid, promised, proved, proven, put to rout, receipted, remitted, resolute, resolved, riveted, rooted, routed, ruined, salaried, scattered, sealed, seated, secure, set, set at rest, settled in habit, shot, shown, signed, silenced, situate, situated, skinned, skinned alive, sot, spent, spotted, stabilized, stampeded, staple, stated, stationed, staunch, steadfast, steady, steely, stipulated, substantiated, sworn, tenanted, terminated, tested, thorough, through, through with, tried, trimmed, trounced, TRUE, unbending, undeflectable, undertaken, undone, unflappable, unshaken, unswerving, unyielding, upset, validated, verified, vested, waged, warranted, washed up, well-established, well-founded, well-grounded, well-set, well-settled, whelmed, whipped, wiped out, worsted, wound up, zapped

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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