completely completely  /kəm ˈplit li/


  1. (adv) to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')
  2. (adv) so as to be complete; with everything necessary


  1. 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Faster but still quirky

    And now for something completely different, as they used to say on Monty Python. Like the Kia Soul, Nissan Cube and Nissan Juke, the Hyundai Veloster is one of those cars aimed at the youth market that you either love or hate. Introduced last year with a silly name and deliberately offbeat styling, it is obviously designed to attract attention. Low and wide, with a huge front grill and rear wing ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Portland Tribune

  2. Florida Panthers Season Tickets Now Start At $7 A Game

    A completely acceptable first reaction to this Panthers ticket plan is rage. Rage that you're in one of those hockey markets where all games are sold out, season-ticket waiting lists stretch for years, and going the scalper route can cost about as much as an HDTV, while down in South Florida, they can catch NHL action for the price of a Chipotle burrito. Panthers attendance lags near the bottom ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Deadspin

  3. Vacant house completely destroyed on Bancroft

    A large house is completely destroyed after a large fire ripped through the old home. This happened on the corner of Bancroft and Warren  in the early afternoon which closed Bancroft for some time.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Toledo News Now


  1. Hilton wrote on Twitter later: "Hey guys, there's a lot of crazy rumors going around. Just want you all to know the truth. Everything is completely fine. I was not charged or arrested, cause I didn't do anything."
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Paris Hilton Source: Torrington Register Citizen

  2. "It is clear to me that my life has become completely unmanageable because I am addicted to alcohol and drugs," she said from a Utah rehab center.
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: Lindsay Lohan Source: New York Daily News

  3. However, Leahy said that Sotomayor, 54, told him during a private meeting Tuesday: "Of course one's life experience shapes who you are, but ultimately and completely as a judge, you follow the law."
    on Jun 2, 2009 By: Sonia Sotomayor Source: Los Angeles Times

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