Examples of wholly in a Sentence
She is wholly devoted to her children.
An infant is wholly dependent on its mother.
The claim is wholly without merit.
Recent Examples of wholly from the Web
More broadly, these ads highlight a wholly new way to envision a campaign.
Powell would proffer a wholly new outlook by claiming that Americans needed to listen not only to their hearts, pocketbooks and deep aspirations, but to what the land itself and the climate would tell them.
An alternative to more traditional self-portraiture, these collages channel Armstrong's outlook on life as something to be incessantly relished, captured, and refashioned into a wholly new, deeply personal, and undeniably wonderful world.
So maybe this is Grande letting us in; looking strong but delicate, young but wise, and wholly herself.
Their modified pardons came much later when Gerald Ford signed an act of Congress restoring Lee’s full citizenship rights, and Jimmy Carter approved one making Davis wholly American 97 years after his death.
Seen through that lens, Trump's decision to speak out -- or tweet out -- in opposition to Blankenship is wholly a reflection of the belief that the controversial coal baron can't beat Sen. Joe Manchin (D) in the fall.
Villanova’s pair is wholly among the top-five players in the country, according to kenpom.com’s rankings, with Brunson second and Bridges fifth.
Honest Abe seems a fitting guardian of the spot that is at once multicultural and wholly American.
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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, totally, utterly, well, 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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: completely or fully
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