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completely

[ kuhm-pleet-lee ]
/ kəmˈplit li /
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adverb
to the whole amount or extent; fully:Although the river never dries up completely, there are times when the water is barely a trickle.
thoroughly; totally: I was so completely disoriented by the chiming of Big Ben as I stood below it that I walked into someone with my ice cream.Great storytelling and successful social media campaigns are completely interconnected.
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OTHER WORDS FROM completely

qua·si-com·plete·ly, adverbsub·com·plete·ly, adverbun·com·plete·ly, adverb
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