Definition of completly
1. completely [ r ] to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent
Examples: "he was wholly convinced" "entirely satisfied with the meal" "was completely at fault" "a totally new situation" "the directions were all wrong" "It was not altogether her fault"
(Schubert Ogden, Christ Without Myth....)
If the content of faith is to be presented today in a form that can be `` understanded of the people '' - and this , it must_not be forgotten , is one of the goals of the perennial theological task - there is no other choice but to abandon completely a mythological manner of representation .
The absurd notion that demythologization entails the expurgation of all mythological concepts completely misrepresents Bultmann 's intention .
When we say that a mythological mode of thought must be completely abandoned , we mean it must be abandoned as the sole or proper means for presenting the Christian understanding of existence .
But this statement is completely unconvincing .
There is an ancient and venerable tradition in the church ( which derives , however , from the heritage of the Greeks rather than from the Bible ) that God is completely independent of his creation and so has no need of men for accomplishing his work in the world .Synonyms entirely completely all wholly altogether totally whole Related Terms partly colloquialism whole complete entire entire whole entire
2. completely [ r ] so as to be complete; with everything necessary
Examples: "he had filled out the form completely" "the apartment was completely furnished"
(Norman Kent, "The Watercolor Art of Roy M. Mason"...)
For me , these will belong more completely to their surroundings if they are conceived in this early stage , though I freely admit that I do not hesitate to add or eliminate figures on the full sheet when it serves my final purpose .Synonyms completely Related Terms complete complete
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