usually as submodifier Completely and without qualification; absolutely.‘he looked utterly ridiculous’
- ‘It may not be comfortable reading but it is utterly absorbing and wildly funny.’
- ‘Their sporting achievements at the very highest level are being utterly ignored.’
- ‘Despite the fact that no one was watching I have never felt so utterly ridiculous in my whole life.’
- ‘Her features are utterly flawless and her eyes really are an unbelievable shade of violet.’
- ‘She finally knew what it was like to be totally and utterly in love with one person.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.