• (adv): So as to be complete; with everything necessary.
    Example: "He had filled out the form completely"; "the apartment was completely furnished"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on completely:

Concentric - Examples
... type used in TN-C-S earthing systems where the combined neutral and earth core completely surrounds the live core(s) ... This minimizes the risk of completely cutting through the combined neutral and earth without first completely cutting through the live cores ...
Completely Randomized Design
... In the design of experiments, completely randomized designs are for studying the effects of one primary factor without the need to take other nuisance variables into account ... This article describes completely randomized designs that have one primary factor ... For completely randomized designs, the levels of the primary factor are randomly assigned to the experimental units ...
Moonshine (novel) - Characters - Secondary Characters
... his father, he is able to change from completely human to completely wolf ... Though he completely isolates himself from the world above, he seems to have knowledge of almost everything ancient ...
Arnau March
... In it the scholasticism completely overtakes the traditional lyrical treatment of its subject ... Just as his religious poems fall completely within the scholastic tradition, so Arnau March's love poems fall completely within the courtly love tradition of the troubadours ...
List Of Ranma ½ Characters - Tendo Family - Nabiki Tendo
... She is a completely amoral businesswoman who loves money above all else and is willing to sacrifice anyone to gain more ... to stoop to considerable lows, and is completely at peace with being this way, being comparatively very sane and balanced ... faking sentiments without the slightest guilt, and is almost completely unflappable ...

More definitions of "completely":

  • (adv): To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent ('whole' is often used informally for 'wholly').
    Example: "It was completely different from what we expected"; "was completely at fault"
    Synonyms: wholly, entirely, totally, all, altogether, whole

Famous quotes containing the word completely:

    You know that fiction, prose rather, is possibly the roughest trade of all in writing. You do not have the reference, the old important reference. You have the sheet of blank paper, the pencil, and the obligation to invent truer than things can be true. You have to take what is not palpable and make it completely palpable and also have it seem normal and so that it can become a part of experience of the person who reads it.
    Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)

    The nineteenth century was completely lacking in logic, it had cosmic terms and hopes, and aspirations, and discoveries, and ideals but it had no logic.
    Gertrude Stein (1874–1946)

    To the eyes of a god, mankind must appear as a species of bacteria which multiply and become progressively virulent whenever they find themselves in a congenial culture, and whose activity diminishes until they disappear completely as soon as proper measures are taken to sterilise them.
    Aleister Crowley (1875–1947)