All Adverb
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  • Altogether, the city and surrounding areas take up about three square miles.
  • Altogether, they spent just under two and one-quarter hours outside their craft.
  • Altogether, government workers make up one out of every five employed persons in the city.
  • Some called for them to be thrown out of the party altogether.
  • But it missed out altogether and it was a year before their next release.
  • This group has lost the compound eyes, and sometimes has no eyes altogether.
  • The place was altogether too strongly associated with her father's death.
  • Altogether he was called six times to this high office, which for various reasons he never held long.
  • My position as a leader of a great party was not altogether a comfortable one.
  • However, the company has since cut production of colored paper altogether.
  • The interest, however, did not last, and he soon abandoned this enterprise altogether.
  • Altogether his plays won first prize only five times.
  • The first attack merely damaged the rail network for three days, and the second attack failed altogether.
  • Hoppus has said that during recording, they had felt like a different band altogether.
  • The lakes altogether have always been seen as one composed system of lakes.
  • Carey would grow apart from her father, and would later stop seeing him altogether.
  • She herself was not altogether pleased with her new status.
  • Birds in their first year are often duller or a different color altogether.
  • In some cases, plants become extinct in one area or may become extinct altogether.
  • Thus a tradition developed to avoid these products altogether.
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Meaning of altogether

  • adverb With everything included or counted
    altogether he earns close to a million dollars