- adv1. completely, wholly, fully, entirely; totally, nothing short of, unqualifiedly, utterly; categorically, unconditionally, unreservedly, implicitly; purely, clearly.2. positively, certainly, veritably, unquestionably, unequivocally, unambiguously, explicitly; inalienably, officially, authoritatively, incontestably; demonstrably, demonstratedly, indubitably, undoubtedly, decidedly, decisively, perforce; definitely, precisely, exactly, surely, assuredly, conclusively, really, in reality, indeed; actually, factually, accurately, reliably; in fact, in truth, truly, verily; patently, manifestly; intrinsically, inherently, essentially, innately, fundamentally; ultimately, infinitely, infallibly. —interj.3. naturally, of course, without a doubt, that's right, yes indeed, yes indeedy; to be sure, sure thing, Inf. you bet, Inf. you bet your life, Inf. roger, good enough, all right.
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