Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a complete manner; fully; perfectly; entirely; wholly; totally; utterly; thoroughly; quite: as, to be completely mistaken; “completely witty,”
- adv. manner In a complete manner; fully; totally; utterly.
- adv. degree To the fullest extent or degree; totally.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In a complete manner; fully.
- adv. so as to be complete; with everything necessary
- adv. to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')
- complete + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Although I believe that this game has one of the nicest interfaces around, I got my dad to try it, and despite being a fore-runner in CAD circles, he spent a long time clicking and dragging on menu icons in order to move them around, and misinterpreting signals in the game, and completely, *completely* ignoring the tutorial signs in the background... like they were invisible or something.”
“Mowbray and I are completely reconciled -- _completely_, you understand.”
“The child clapped her hands together and Anabella bent to pick her up, her expression completely changing as she swept Baby Ana into her arms.”
“Note that these variants are not a matter of actually writing a word completely wrong, but only of variations in the spelling of a word; see also on the next pages.”
“Schyman leaned back in his chair and concentrated on keeping his expression completely neutral, as the true nature of his elevation dawned on him with crystal-clear transparency:”
“Only Ivy was alone, off to the side, her expression completely unreadable.”
“Almost as funny but thoroughly depressing, however, is that - for Wal-Mart, at least - Mr. Smith and those Weinstein boys have stripped the "porno" from the title completely for DVD shelves, labeling it simply "Zack and Miri.”
“The sunlight spilled over her shoulder and across the page, reflecting light on her face, her expression completely engrossed.”
“Soomie beamed at Ariana, her expression completely open for the first time since theyd met.”
“She glanced at Lexa, who was sipping her drink as she watched Quinn and her friend scurry off, her expression completely normal.”
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