Accomplish - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
ACCOM'PLISH, v.t. [L. compleo, to complete. See Complete.]
1. To complete; to finish entirely.
That He would accomplish seventy years in the desolation of Jerusalem. Dan 9
2. To execute; as to accomplish a vow, wrath or fury. Lev 13 and 20.
3. To gain; to obtain or effect by successful exertions; as to accomplish a purpose. Prov 13.
4. To fulfil or bring to pass; as, to accomplish a prophecy.
This that is written must yet be accomplished in me. Luke 22.
5. To furnish with qualities which serve to render the mind or body complete, as with valuable endowments and elegant manners.