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Adverb Concept
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completely  totally  entirely  whole  wholly
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To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly') WordNet 3.0
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To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly') WordNet 3.0
To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent; Completely or entirely WordNet 2020
In a whole or complete manner. OmegaWiki
To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent. OmegaWiki
To the fullest extent or degree; totally. Wiktionary
To the fullest extent or degree. Wiktionary (translation)
To the full or entire extent. Wiktionary
To the full extent. Wiktionary (translation)
In entirety; entirely; wholly. Wiktionary
Colloquial: in entirety. Wiktionary (translation)
Completely and entirely; to the fullest extent. Wiktionary
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He was wholly convinced WordNet 3.0
Entirely satisfied with the meal WordNet 3.0
It was completely different from what we expected WordNet 3.0
Was completely at fault WordNet 3.0
A totally new situation WordNet 3.0
The directions were all wrong WordNet 3.0
It was not altogether her fault WordNet 3.0
An altogether new approach WordNet 3.0
A whole new idea WordNet 3.0
She felt right at home WordNet 2020
He fell right into the trap WordNet 2020
He is completely mad. Wiktionary
It is entirely up to you where we go, as I’ll be happy with anywhere. Wiktionary
The cake hadn’t entirely been eaten, so some was saved for later. Wiktionary
They've totally demolished the bank on Main Street. Wiktionary
I ate a fish whole! Wiktionary
That's a whole other story. Wiktionary
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