Examples of totally in a Sentence
That's a totally different issue.
I am totally upset you can't make it to the celebration.
Recent Examples of totally from the Web
What a sanctuary space actually involves totally depends—some actually shelter immigrants, while others simply provide material and emotional support.
So, the Brewers must regroup and find a way to win some games before the break or finish the first half with a totally miserable week, which would put a damper on what had been a terrific three-plus months.
There’s no telling exactly how far the Court will push this logic, but the pernicious thing about it is that the initial premise in the campaign finance cases that there is an intimate connection between money and speech is not totally absurd.
And here’s a pro tip: Skip the (totally decent!) shake and get a hot-fudge sundae with peppermint stick ice cream.
Getting rid of fillers can mean one of two things: Either Jenner has gone months between appointments, allowing her body to totally dissolve the hyaluronic acid.
The texture Ultra-Ever Dry brings with it—at least when applied with the hand sprayers—totally undermines that smoothness.
Graffiti historian Roger Gastman—who helped orchestrate MOCA’s record-setting Art in the Streets show in 2011—takes over a 40,000-square-foot warehouse on the edge of Chinatown for a totally bonkers street art experience.
It’s time to get recreationally, legal-ish-ly, totally, and vicariously high.
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all, all of, all over, altogether, clean, completely, dead, enough, entirely, even, exactly, fast, flat, full, fully, heartily, out, perfectly, plumb [chiefly dialect], quite, soundly, thoroughly, through and through, utterly, well, wholly, wide;
all the way, at length, down the line, down to the ground, for fair, in whole, to bits, to pieces, to the hilt, to the max;
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Definition of totally for English Language Learners
: completely or entirely
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