adverb as in completely
These ancient relatives of mammals were “totally bizarre animals,” says paleontologist Megan Whitney at Harvard University’s Museum of Comparative Zoology.
We had a grandmother who was living in a home that was totally intergenerational.
If you’ve been working out a while and not deodorizing, it might take a few passes to totally get rid of the stink.
Unless, that is, you want to maximize discomfort, in which case that would be a totally different kind of party.
“The headline that neck gaiters can be worse is totally inaccurate,” says Monica Gandhi, an infectious diseases specialist at the University of California, San Francisco.
Its graceful hotels and beautiful restaurants are totally dependent on the tourist trade.
It demands an end to poverty and racial injustice, to which we are totally committed in our time.
If life gets in the way, Desert Golfing totally understands.
And some dresses can be totally altered from an app on your phone.
And this song is just absolute genius and totally universal.
We stood staring after the fugitives in perfect bewilderment, totally unable to explain their apparently causeless panic.
The village of Gibel was totally destroyed, and many houses in Tripoli were tumbled down.
Mr. Addison, whose abilities no man can doubt, was from diffidence totally unable to speak in the house.
The British transport Europa, having troops on board, was totally destroyed by fire opposite Brest, and 21 lives lost.
A Virginia tobacco-barn is totally unlike any other building under the sun.
On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to totally, such as: absolutely, altogether, completely, entirely, exactly, and fully.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.