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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.
devote to dedicate (oneself or one's life) to something completely; give (all one's attention, time, and effort) to something (usu. fol. by "to"). [1/3 definitions]
diametrical entirely opposite; completely different.
downright thoroughly; completely. [1/3 definitions]
dry up to become completely dry, evaporate so as to cause shrinking or disappearance. [1/3 definitions]
enclave a small territory or country mostly or completely surrounded by another. [1/2 definitions]
entirely completely; totally. [1/2 definitions]
enwrap to surround completely; enclose; envelop. [1/2 definitions]
eradicate to completely destroy; annihilate; obliterate. [1/2 definitions]
execrate to completely detest; abhor; loathe. [1/3 definitions]
explicate to make clear or explain completely.
explicit defined or formulated clearly and completely. [1/4 definitions]
extirpate to get rid of completely, as if by pulling up the roots; root out. [2/3 definitions]
fathom to get to the bottom of or understand completely. [1/3 definitions]
fill to pervade completely or almost so. [1/9 definitions]
finish to completely use up or consume, esp. food and drink (often fol. by "up" or "off"). [1/11 definitions]
flat1 completely. [1/17 definitions]
flat-out completely; absolutely. [1/3 definitions]
flop (informal) to fail completely. [1/8 definitions]
fourth dimension the dimension of time, required according to the theory of relativity to completely specify an event in space-time.
from A to Z from beginning to end; completely; thoroughly.