altogether[ awl-tuh-geth-er, awl-tuh-geth-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF altogether
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALTOGETHER
There was a scar on one cheek, and, altogether, he was not very prepossessing in his appearance.
The natives met with were friendly, but to us altogether unintelligible.
She was thus extremely unreasonable and altogether charming.
Still the country was much improved, and not altogether unknown.
Perhaps the quiet of his boy had not been altogether the quiet of cowardice.
The former fact is not wonderful, the latter not altogether inexplicable.
There is no knowing what altogether unsuitable things men will do!
He was altogether unprepared for the reception which the lily received.
It was plain from his manner that he did not altogether approve.
Somehow, the inflection on the last word did not altogether suggest the ingenuous.