“Completely” in a Sentence (with Audio)
completely (adv): in every way or as much as possible
Use “completely” in a sentence
I trust him completely.
Her estimate of the cost was completely wrong.
He is completely harmless.
It’s completely visible.
I’m completely exhausted.
I completely disagree with you.
I have completely recovered.
He was completely absorbed in his work.
She ignores him completely.
The defeat completely crushed him.
That comment is completely off topic.
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