American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. Entirely; wholly; completely.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As a total; completely; entirely; wholly; utterly.
- adv. Entirely; completely.
- adv. degree, colloquial Very; extremely.
- adv. modal, colloquial Definitely.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In a total manner; wholly; entirely.
- adv. to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')
- total + -ly (Wiktionary)
“The Coptic is an uncultivated and formal tongue, with monosyllabic roots and _rude inflexions, totally different_ from the neighbouring languages of Syria and Arabia, _totally opposite_ to the copious and polished Sanscrit.”
“I wouldn't use the term "totally safe" in relation to radioactive material leaking into groundwater.”
“I wasn't sure whether or not "sistren" worked or had been used by anyone, so I googled it, and it totally is a word!”
“He was staring at her, his expression totally bewildered.”
“He pressed his forehead to mine briefly, then pulled away, his expression totally unrevealing, and now that I was more than ready to hear him out, he seemed reluctant to begin.”
“For all the talk about artistry, when Kelly Clarkson actually did make the album she wanted, the label totally threw her under the bus, ran over her, then backed over her again, didn't they?”
“Speaking the day before the wrestling test event was due to start at the ExCeL centre, the president of the International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles Fila, Raphaël Martinetti, was fiercely critical of British Wrestling's policy of recruiting athletes from overseas and its post‑Games planning, which he described as "totally stupid".”
“Miliband proposes every local party should meet twice a year with its local union levypayers to end what he describes as a "totally detached" relationship.”
“So what attracted him to the part of Will Emerson, which he describes as "totally amoral"?”
“Also did abseiling and canoeing, all of which she described as totally amazing.”
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