noun tel·e·sis \ˈte-lə-səs\

Definition of telesis



play \-ˌsēz\
  1. :  progress that is intelligently planned and directed :  the attainment of desired ends by the application of intelligent human effort to the means

Origin and Etymology of telesis

New Latin, from Greek, fulfillment, from telein to complete, from telos end — more at telos

First Known Use: 1896

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