absolutely

All Adverb
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  • We have absolutely no experience of anything like that sort of decision.
  • However, he retained absolutely no memory of any events that took place during those three days.
  • They will say everything was managed by those people around her, but it is absolutely not true.
  • Thus, the inhabitants of each zone know absolutely nothing about life in other areas.
  • As a result, they were not used frequently, except when absolutely needed.
  • They have become absolutely necessary because they allow products to be made at a fifth the previous cost.
  • I had been absolutely certain that I'd never again be able to do it.
  • It is absolutely not allowed to be combined with any other spirit.
  • Richard came to find an inner peace, only using his skill when absolutely necessary.
  • Whenever black was used, it was only used when it was absolutely necessary.
  • Even when I spoke to him, he paid absolutely no attention.
  • However, if they find themselves in a situation to which there is absolutely no escape, they die.
  • People have been killed over absolutely ridiculous things like oil, power and money.
  • Not only had the government broken down, but the municipal government had absolutely broken down.
  • Twice granted supreme power, he held onto it for not a day longer than absolutely necessary.
  • He was absolutely the best Star Wars artist you could ever want to have.
  • Time checks can even be added which can make the broadcast sound absolutely live.
  • They want to make sure the album is absolutely perfect.
  • I can go through two or three different subjects in a song and the title can mean absolutely nothing at all.
  • There is absolutely no evidence to support such a claim.
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Meaning of absolutely

  • adverb Completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers
    an absolutely magnificent painting, a perfectly idiotic idea, you're perfectly right, utterly miserable, you can be dead sure of my innocence, was dead tired, dead right
  • adverb Totally and definitely; without question
    we are absolutely opposed to the idea, he forced himself to lie absolutely still, iron is absolutely necessary