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Use "teetotally" in a sentence
"_Beshawled Crone (towing an aged beggar-man who wears a framed placard reminding the public that "charity covers a multitude of sins," and announcing that the bearer is not only "teetotally" deaf and dumb, but also blind, barmy and partially paralysed)."
"And when Evans floridly described how two customers had been chiseled by a shoeshine boy—“On examination of their boots they discovered that they had more real estate than blacking on the outer surface, and an examination of their pockets showed conclusively that both parties were teetotally impecunious”—Twain translated the words into simple English: “Their boots were soiled with dust and they had no money.”"
"A lot of times it would just teetotally disgust him that it couldn't be done that way because we had a production rate to run."