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Complete and thorough - thesaurus

Synonyms

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

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abject

adjective

formal complete: used for emphasizing how bad, unpleasant, or severe a situation or condition is

all-around

adjective

American all-round

arrant

adjective

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

awful

adjective

complete: used for emphasizing a particular quality

clear

adjective

British complete

comprehensive

adjective

British complete and easily achieved

crushing

adjective

complete and achieved very easily

dead

adjective

complete

deadly

adjective

complete

downright

adjective

informal complete: used for emphasizing how bad something is

exhaustive

adjective

thorough or complete

flaming

adjective

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

full

adjective

complete

full-scale

adjective

complete, or not limited in any way

global

adjective

complete, including all parts of something

plenary

adjective

formal complete, or without any limit

proper

adjective

informal complete in every detail

rank

adjective

complete: used for emphasizing how bad or obvious something is

real

adjective

informal complete: used for emphasizing that a description of someone or something is very accurate

right

adjective

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

round

adjective

complete and not less than a particular amount

self-contained

adjective

complete and able to work without the help of anything else

stinging

adjective

very strong, or thorough

thorough

adjective

including everything that is possible or necessary

thoroughgoing

adjective

complete

total

adjective

with all the numbers or things added together

unalloyed

adjective

literary complete, or perfect

unqualified

adjective

complete and total, without any doubts

unreserved

adjective

complete and sincere

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hygge

a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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sofar

a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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