One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘his solution was entirely out of the question’
absolutely, completely, totally, fully, wholly
altogether, utterly, quite, in every respect, in every way, in all respects, lock, stock, and barrel
unreservedly, without reservation, without exception, thoroughly, perfectly, downright, one hundred per cent, every inch
to the hilt, to the core, all the way
informal bang, dead, totes
2‘the gift was entirely for charitable purposes’
solely, only, exclusively, purely, merely, simply, just, alone
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