Pronunciation of Completely
/k_ə_m_p_l_ˈiː_t_l_ɪ/, /kəmplˈiːtlɪ/, /kəmplˈiːtlɪ/
Antonyms for completely:
partly, inadequately, gradual, rather, measurably, half way, to a certain degree, halfway, shallowly, in-completely, half-way, in some ways, vaguely, up to a certain point, in part, a certain extent, imperfectly, in-sufficiently, in a general way, restrictedly, not wholly, marginally, not fully, half, randomly, part, superficially, middling, kind of, in sufficiently, certain degree, roughly, not entirely, more fitfully, piece by piece, narrowly, at worst, in bits and pieces, aimlessly, so far as possible, by installments, minimally, up certain point, hardly, at most, Fractionally, Desultorily, in bits pieces, in adequately, to certain extent, cursorily, in completely, within limits, approximately, to a certain extent, nebulously, up a certain point, in some measure, barely, indeterminately, slightly, in-adequately, hit-or-miss, noticeably, not strictly speaking, partially, in general way, incompletely, scarcely, just, to certain degree, at least, a certain degree, haphazardly, somewhat, at best, little by little, up to certain point, sketchily, summarily, certain extent.
Usage examples for completely:
- She turned completely round to him now, and her eye met his. - "Under a Charm, Vol. II. (of III) A Novel", E. Werner.
- Utterly and completely vanished! - "The Raid on the Termites", Paul Ernst.
- Added to his otherwise dejected appearance he seemed to her to be completely broken down in health. - "A Woman's Burden", Fergus Hume.