from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Very completely, very totally.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Entirely; totally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Totally; entirely: used emphatically.
_Beshawled Crone (towing an aged beggar-man who wears a framed placard reminding the public that "charity covers a multitude of sins," and announcing that the bearer is not only "teetotally" deaf and dumb, but also blind, barmy and partially paralysed).
And when Evans floridly described how two customers had been chiseled by a shoeshine boy—“On examination of their boots they discovered that they had more real estate than blacking on the outer surface, and an examination of their pockets showed conclusively that both parties were teetotally impecunious”—Twain translated the words into simple English: “Their boots were soiled with dust and they had no money.”
A lot of times it would just teetotally disgust him that it couldn't be done that way because we had a production rate to run.
It used to always just teetotally piss me off because they always made it sound like, you know, we don't do anything.
When I first saw Bill taking pictures of the plant it teetotally pissed me off.
He felt so good over the turn of affairs that he could scarcely walk up the long hill so weak was he with laughter over Joe's wall-paper circus clothes, nor did his good humor forsake him until they approached the spot where the tent, the work of many weeks, lay on the ground teetotally wrecked.
Nurse said that that was about the first thing that showed how teetotally utterly they were going to disagree about things.
First I found out how they happened to marry -- Father and Mother, I'm talking about now -- only Nurse says she can't see yet how they did happen to marry, just the same, they're so teetotally different.
It had completely, teetotally, mysteriously and extraordinarily disappeared.
That was a sure tough proposition, and we had left it teetotally out of calculations.
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