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Synonyms for completely

Synonyms for completely

to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent ('whole' is often used informally for 'wholly')

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Into this minute aperture I attempted to peer, but whether it was but a fraction of an inch deep or passed completely through the door I could not tell--at least no light showed beyond it.
The gouty old admiral who had been finding fault, was completely won over by the singular man before him, and immediately moved the insertion of Dr.
General Ruffner tried to defend the coloured people, and for this he was knocked down and so seriously wounded that he never completely recovered.
Towards the PallMall Arch the people were standing in thousands, trying to get near the wreck of the huge Zeppelin, which completely blocked all the traffic through St.
Not more completely," she declared gaily, "than the gloomy gentleman who frowned upon my existence and resented even my gratitude.
Fifteen or twenty tulips, torn and crushed, were lying about, some of them bent, others completely broken and already withering, the sap oozing from their bleeding bulbs: how gladly would Van Baerle have redeemed that precious sap with his own blood!
The wretch was safe from pursuit; he had ample time at his disposal--don't you see how he could completely alter the appearance of his head and face?
A man, completely hidden by his bedclothes, is sleeping in the hammock.
They were completely puzzled--especially when they heard of the bank-note inside.
In his struggles to rise, before I have completely extricated myself from him, the pony kicks me; and, as my ill-luck will have it, his hoof strikes just where the poisoned spear struck me in the past days of my service in India.
HARDLY had that ancient order, the Sultans of Exceeding Splendour, been completely founded by the Grand Flashing Inaccessible, when a question arose as to what should be the title of address among the members.
Hours ago, a strange man came in and asked"--she stopped, as if she were completely bewildered--looked for a moment vacantly at her master--and suddenly addressed herself to me.
If they continued to sing like their great predecessor of romantic themes, they were drawn as by a kind of magnetic attraction into the Homeric style and manner of treatment, and became mere echoes of the Homeric voice: in a word, Homer had so completely exhausted the epic genre, that after him further efforts were doomed to be merely conventional.
which he then looked upon as a certainty) obliged him to alter his habits completely, once for all.
Cast iron, however, if subjected to only one single fusion, is rarely sufficiently homogeneous; and it requires a second fusion completely to refine it by dispossessing it of its last earthly deposits.
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