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Completely and thoroughly - thesaurus

Synonyms

totes

adverb

very informal totally; completely

completely

adverb

if something is done completely, every part of it is done

thoroughly

adverb

completely

fully

adverb

completely

entirely

adverb

completely, or in every way

totally

adverb

completely

absolutely

adverb

completely: used for emphasis

well

adverb

in a complete or thorough way

purely

adverb

completely, or as the only issue or reason

really

adverb

completely

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a/one hundred per cent

completely

dead

adverb

informal completely

downright

adverb

informal completely or extremely: used for emphasizing how bad someone or something is

flat

adverb

informal completely

from top to bottom

completely and thoroughly

good and ready/warm etc

completely ready/warm etc

hook, line, and sinker

believing something completely, usually something that is not true

in full

completely, including the whole of something

once and for all

completely and finally

plumb

adverb

Americaninformal old-fashioned completely

properly

adverb

really, or completely

quite

adverb

completely

richly

adverb

completely

right

adverb

completely

simply

adverb

completely, or as much as possible

utterly

adverb

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

whole

adverb

informal completely

wholesale

adverb

completely

wholly

adverb

formal completely

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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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