quite, entirely, thoroughly, in toto, totally, poorly, badly, clean, limited, abruptly, through and through, all, clear, well, suddenly, flat, correctly, just, big, excellently, altogether, wholly, dead, short, fully
absolutely (part of speech: adverb)
categorically, unequivocally, consummately, unqualifiedly, utterly, absolutely, certainly, supremely, unconditionally, unrestrictedly, positively, definitely, surely, completely, conclusively, indubitably
perfectly (part of speech: adverb)
- I- I shall be perfectly able to look out for myself,- that is, to explain everything if it should come to the worst. - "A Fool and His Money", George Barr McCutcheon.
- They would be going about their work feeling perfectly all right. - "Disturbing Sun", Robert Shirley Richardson.
- " I have a perfectly good reason for asking," she answered. - "Ronicky Doone", Max Brand.