Definition of totaly
1. totally [ 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"
(Gibson Winter, The Suburban Captivity of the...)
The proclamation of the churches is almost totally confined to pastoral contacts by the clergy ( 17.3 per_cent of new members ) and friendly contacts by members ( over two thirds if organizational activities are included ) .
(U.S. Reports. Volume 366. Cases Adjudged in the...)
These plans , like du_Pont 's contained provisions for passing the vote on du_Pont 's General_Motors shares on to the ultimate stockholders of du_Pont , Christiana , and Delaware , except that officers and directors of the three companies , their spouses , and other people living in their households , as_well_as other specified persons , were to be totally disenfranchised .
(H. A. Gleason, "Review of African language studies...)
This can only be for one of two reasons : either the two are quite different and will require totally different theory ( and hence techniques ) , or our existing theories are insufficiently general .Synonyms entirely completely all wholly altogether totally whole Related Terms partly colloquialism whole complete entire entire whole entire
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