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Complete and thorough

thorough

adjective

complete: used for emphasizing how bad someone or something is

total

adjective

complete: used for emphasizing something

pure

adjective

used for emphasizing the amount or degree of something

in-depth

adjective

thorough and detailed

outright

adjective

complete and total

good

adjective

thorough and complete

sound

adjective

thorough

utter

adjective

complete: often used for emphasizing how bad someone or something is

resounding

adjective

complete: used for emphasizing how successful or unsuccessful someone or something is

unadulterated

adjective

complete: used for emphasizing how good or how bad a quality or feeling is

infobesity

the condition of continually consuming large amounts of information, especially when this has a negative effect on a person's well-being and ability to concentrate

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drive-by handshake

a brief handshake that is made without pausing or making eye contact, because you are upset or angry

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