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brown study a condition of being completely lost in thought or reverie.
bumper a drinking glass or cup that is completely full, esp. of alcohol as for a toast. [2/7 definitions]
burn up to burn (something) completely. [2 definitions]
bury to cover completely, or hide far from view. [2/6 definitions]
by the way used to add into a conversation something that is on a different subject. This may simply function as a quick interruption of the original discussion or it may serve to change the direction of the conversation completely.
cap-a-pie from head to foot; completely.
cata- completely; throughout. [1/4 definitions]
change to cause to become something completely different (usu. fol. by "to" or "into"). [1/18 definitions]
chaotic completely disordered or disorganized; in a state of utter confusion.
circumfuse to surround completely with or as if with a liquid. [1/2 definitions]
clean completely. [1/12 definitions]
clean out to clean (something) by removing many unwanted things, or to empty completely. [1/2 definitions]
clog up to fill completely. [1/2 definitions]
consume to take over or occupy (one's thoughts or attention) completely. [1/6 definitions]
convinced completely accepting of the validity of something because of another's persuasion. [1/2 definitions]
crash1 in computing, to fail suddenly and completely, as a software program, operating system, or component of computer hardware. [2/17 definitions]
cure to cause to recover completely from an undesirable condition, such as a disease, disability, or bad habit. [1/7 definitions]
damp slightly wet; not completely dry. [1/8 definitions]
dead completely; exactly. [1/16 definitions]
despair the state of being completely without hope. [1/3 definitions]
determinism the belief or teaching that every effect, including human thoughts and actions, is completely and predictably determined by preceding causes and that, therefore, free will does not exist.