utterly

[ uht-er-lee ]
/ ˈʌt ər li /

adverb

in an utter manner; completely; absolutely.

Origin of utterly

Middle English word dating back to 1175–1225; see origin at utter2, -ly
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British Dictionary definitions for utterly

utterly

/ (ˈʌtəlɪ) /

adverb

(intensifier)I'm utterly miserable
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Word Origin and History for utterly

utterly


adv.

early 13c., "truly, plainly, outspokenly," from utter (v.) + -ly (1); meaning "to an absolute degree" is late 14c., from utter (adj.)).

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