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    1. stance when dealing with you? The next time you are completely

    2. "I was, but I'm not any more, I thought I made that completely clear

    3. How you use your time is completely up to you

    4. Take decisive actions, rather than detaching completely from problems and stresses and wishing they would just go away

    5. He was malnourished and his immune system was completely broken down by the disease

    6. "I poo-poo'ed it at first," Jorma said, "but those starships are completely made out of metal

    7. Again, I am not telling you to cut this stuff out completely but be aware of how often you are consuming it

    8. Luckily, Sparky hadn't been completely tied up yet, so he broke out and growled as fiercely as a corgi/dachsund mix could

    9. I wouldn't put it past Venna to completely deny that she has ever laid eyes on me before even though she was the most tempestuous four Earth years my bed has ever experienced

    10. The cannon erupted a steady stream of fire that completely engulfed the man

    11. The next room they passed was completely empty

    12. “I would have known all about it if I wasn’t stuck in radio silence land,” he pouted with a completely straight face, something that only Ackers could do

    13. “I left for less than five minutes and my lunch is completely gone!” Ackers whined

    14. Nobody can avoid all stress without completely dropping out of society and becoming a monk

    15. Lo and behold, it's like a completely different place -- the farmhouse is completely rebuilt and in excellent condition, there are plenty of cattle and other livestock happily munching on feed in well-fenced pens, and the fields are filled with crops planted in neat rows

    16. And then Ackers started up again right where he left off, completely oblivious to the tension in the room

    17. For the five years that Nichols has conducted trials on his technique, it has been completely effective on whitefly and a broad spectrum of small bodied “infestation” insects without any damage to the treated plants

    18. For someone as smart as The Operator was supposed to be, Johnny’s simple comment had completely stumped him

    19. Children, elderly and pregnant women should avoid completely

    20. Thank goodness I went out that evening … if I had been at home on my own, I’d have been completely minus any sort of alibi …

    21. Stephen is completely lost in his thoughts over breakfast

    22. Because she completely trusted her relationship with Kulai already, she kept to the course

    23. They had already completely cut off his way back out

    24. He placed the box over the alarm keypad, completely covering it, and then started entering random number combinations on his own keypad

    25. The upstairs was completely empty; it looked like they were all still downstairs for now

    26. ‘She was as pissed as a newt when I got there … completely off her face

    27. ‘That you have been completely cleared of any suspicion

    28. To understand the reasons why this culture flourished completely intertwined with the ocean and the earth around them, we must look at their relations with those around them

    29. The documentary is still going on, though I have completely lost the thread of what they are talking about now

    30. Stephen stares at the screen as though completely immersed in the subject under discussion

    31. ’ He said absently, completely missing my amazement that he not only knows the child’s name but also how old he is

    32. ‘Puts Liz completely in the clear though

    33. ’ Stephen said, completely glossing over the fact that it is also bothering him

    34. viable and completely restored! the doctors could not explain that

    35. under the ever ticking clock-face of consumer excess faded out completely

    36. The roof would need completely replacing, the windows were rotten, the

    37. He was completely and utterly transfixed

    38. From what she’s said, he’s completely lost it

    39. a special stretcher just jumped out of that stretcher and ran, completely

    40. The sound of cars faded completely as Lucy took a tentative step off the ramp

    41. ‘How are you coping with this madhouse? The first time Mike brought me here I completely lost track of who everyone was

    42. It would take another couple hours for the region to pass from view of the main scope completely

    43. Her brakes failed completely, I gather

    44. "How can I save you?" then in a completely different voice, "Ava's got a sister?" and back to his own voice, "How did I get here?"

    45. It was now known that the Kassikan had been secretly influencing Earth for centuries, nearly taking over America in the 1970's, Europe in the 1990's, completely taking over Brazil by 2350

    46. ’ I said, feeling completely stuffed by the small quantity of food I have ingested

    47. The sheer physical effort required for this foray along the corridor left me completely shattered for a good half hour

    48. They had completely replaced Americans and Chinese as the boogeymen in their culture

    49. It was a leap of faith, especially when my earlier thoughts had run in completely the opposite direction

    50. Then Athena, who has studied multimedia in London and is supposed to be a great expert in computers, yet she is completely off base

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    Synonyms for "completely"

    all altogether completely entirely right totally whole wholly utterly definitely thoroughly unconditionally

    "completely" definitions

    to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')

    so as to be complete; with everything necessary