Pronunciation of Totally
/t_ˈəʊ_t_əl_ɪ/, /tˈə͡ʊtə͡lɪ/, /tˈəʊtəlɪ/
Antonyms for totally:
haphazardly, so far as possible, not strictly speaking, at least, a certain extent, vaguely, indeterminately, shallowly, nebulously, marginally, restrictedly, up a certain point, at best, hit-or-miss, up certain point, narrowly, half way, barely, up to a certain point, half, roughly, Fractionally, slightly, partly, hardly, to certain extent, in bits and pieces, at most, in part, in-adequately, little by little, in general way, within limits, certain degree, not fully, imperfectly, in some measure, piece by piece, superficially, in adequately, in-sufficiently, certain extent, to a certain degree, rather, partially, noticeably, aimlessly, in completely, minimally, sketchily, in sufficiently, a certain degree, kind of, inadequately, somewhat, to a certain extent, in-completely, part, by installments, in a general way, Desultorily, scarcely, measurably, more fitfully, not entirely, cursorily, halfway, middling, in some ways, half-way, just, incompletely, summarily, not wholly, at worst, up to certain point, randomly, approximately, to certain degree, in bits pieces, gradual.
Usage examples for totally:
- With them it became a state institution, totally unknown to other nations. - "Irish Race in the Past and the Present", Aug. J. Thebaud.
- We had a long talk that night- a wonderful talk, which gave me a totally new point of view, brought me new light and peace. - "Captivating Mary Carstairs", Henry Sydnor Harrison.
- Though their strength was great, yet they were totally unsuccessful in their enterprise. - "The Pirates Own Book", Charles Ellms.
Idioms for totally:
- totally awesm;
Quotes for totally:
Advertising is totally unnecessary. Unless you hope to make money.– Jef I. Richards
Rhymes for totally: