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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishutterlyut‧ter‧ly /ˈʌtəli $ -ər-/ ●●○ adverb [+adj/adverb]  COMPLETELYcompletely – used especially to emphasize that something is very bad, or that a feeling is very strong You look utterly miserable.
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utterlyNot surprisingly, the bank has utterly failed in its mission to help the developing world.It is a place that is uncomfortable yet utterly familiar.She is utterly fearless and sure of herself, small in stature but large in moxie.Without their help it would have been utterly impossible to arrange the conference.As for kabbalah, I found it utterly incomprehensible.Whether you like her or not is utterly irrelevant.We utterly reject the philosophy of compulsory wage control.Her comments about men are utterly ridiculous.At dinner he was utterly silent and tried to leave as soon as he had eaten sufficient but before the table was cleared.Nevertheless, to conceive of parents as utterly static in the child's psychological life is likely to distort the picture grossly.
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