Completely: in every way or as much as possible:
I agree with you completely.
She’s completely mad.
He’d completely changed – I didn’t recognize him.
- Clean: complete
It’s better for both of us if we make a clean break (of it) (= end our relationship completely).
Sara says she needs a clean break with the past.
The new prime minister is expected to make a clean sweep (= a complete change)of the government.
- Unconditional : completely and not limited in any way
The unconditional love that one has for one’s child
- Fully: as much as possible
Kate has always participated fully in the life of the school
Students are advised to answer all questions as fully as possible
- Entirely : completely
I admit it was entirely my fault
The company is run almost entirely by middle aged men
- Absolutely: completely
I trust him absolutely
You must be absolutely silent or the birds won’t appear
We’ve achived absolutely nothing today
- Comprehensively : completely
A comprehensively illustrated book
The plan was comprehensively rejected
- Conclusively :without any doubt:
It’s impossible to demonstrate conslusively that the factory is responsible for the pollution
- Exhaustive: complete and including everything:
An exhaustive study/report
The survey was exhaustively documented
- Implicit : complete and without any doubt:
All her life she had implicit faith in socialism
- Thoroughly : in a detailed and careful way:
We went through a report thoroughly but the information we wanted wasn’t given anywhere.
- Unmitigated: Complete, often describing something bad or unsuccessful that has no good or positive points
The whole venture has been an unmitigated disaster.
- Unequivocal: total, or expressed in a clear and certain way
The prime minister, he said, had the party’s unequivocal support.
The church has been unequivocal in its condemnation of violence