adverb. ['ˈʌtɝli'] completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers.
- -ly (English)
- -lice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- utter (English)
- utera (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
Words that Rhyme with Utterly
Example sentences of the word utterly
Slipping your foot into a plastic bag, instead, is an utterly practical way to protect your shoes.
For starters, no CEO should structure an enterprise so that it will utterly collapse without their own micromanagement.
Quotes containing the word utterly
1. Socialism has no moral justification whatsoever; poor people are not morally superior to rich people, nor are they owed anything by rich people simply because of their lack of success. Charity is not a socialist concept - it is a religious one, an acknowledgment of God's sovereignty over property, a sovereignty the Left utterly rejects.
- Ben Shapiro
2. The real test of friendship is: can you literally do nothing with the other person? Can you enjoy those moments of life that are utterly simple?
- Eugene Kennedy
3. Here is the tragedy: when you are the victim of depression, not only do you feel utterly helpless and abandoned by the world, you also know that very few people can understand, or even begin to believe, that life can be this painful. There is nothing I can think of that is quite as isolating as this.
- Giles Andreae