In a complete manner; fully; totally; utterly.(adverb)
To the fullest extent or degree; totally.(adverb)
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Use "completely" in a sentence
"Although I believe that this game has one of the nicest interfaces around, I got my dad to try it, and despite being a fore-runner in CAD circles, he spent a long time clicking and dragging on menu icons in order to move them around, and misinterpreting signals in the game, and completely, *completely* ignoring the tutorial signs in the background... like they were invisible or something."
""Mowbray and I are completely reconciled -- _completely_, you understand."
"Note that these variants are not a matter of actually writing a word completely wrong, but only of variations in the spelling of a word; see also on the next pages."