Definition of totally:
in all, dead, clear, in toto, big, well, tout ensemble, just, flat, quite, altogether, solely, whole, utterly, all in all, perfectly, on the whole, wholly, through and through, only, exclusively, all told, all, completely, limited, entirely, absolutely, alone, clean.
- completely (part of speech: adverb)
- entirely (part of speech: adverb)
And it is natural enough, as her husband has totally failed to hold her, that this young woman's mind, and heart, too, should convince her that she may make what she regards as a wiser disposition of her life.- "Walking-Stick Papers", Robert Cortes Holliday.
- "A Journey Through France in War Time", Joseph G. Butler, Jr..
- "The Flying Legion", George Allan England.