“They would not be able to devote themselves so completely to service if they had a husband or kids,” asserts Piazza.
But only Congress has the ability to completely lift the trade embargo, which has been in place since 1962.
She has completely demolished my family and right now, the relationship's irreparable.
Instead, Trump fired two others for completely unrelated reasons.
And she completely unflappable, transitioning between discussions of sex toys and Stalinism with the ease of a true polymath.
His great plan of extermination of the British had completely failed.
To have failed so quickly and so completely—oh, the mortification of it!
The land, says Renan, who was commissioned to conduct the explorations, is now completely deserted.
You're supposed to be suspicious, cynical, courageous, and completely trustworthy.
French completely victorious "Lodi was nothing to Arcola" (Bourrienne).
late 14c.; see complete (adj.). Related: Completed; completing.