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abhorrent completely opposed or remote (usu. fol. by "to"). [1/3 definitions]
absolutely totally; completely. [1/2 definitions]
agape1 opened completely; wide-open. [1/4 definitions]
algorithm a completely determined and finite procedure for solving a problem, esp. used in relation to mathematics and computer science.
all completely. [1/12 definitions]
all- completely or exclusively. [1/4 definitions]
all over with completely finished; over.
all set completely ready. [2 definitions]
all wet completely wrong; mistaken.
annihilate to destroy completely; reduce to ruin. [1/3 definitions]
annihilation the act of destroying completely, or an instance or state of being completely destroyed. [1/2 definitions]
at the mercy of completely in the power of.
backward and forward in depth; completely; thoroughly.
be- completely; excessively (used as an intensifier). [1/3 definitions]
bereft completely lacking something needed or expected. [1/4 definitions]
blatant completely obvious or undisguised, sometimes offensively so. [1/2 definitions]
bounce back to recover completely or quickly.
box turtle any of several North American land turtles with a hinged shell that can completely enclose the body; box tortoise.
brand-new in an unused, fresh condition; completely new. [1/2 definitions]
break out to go in a completely new direction, leaving others or one's old ways behind. [1/5 definitions]
brown study a condition of being completely lost in thought or reverie.