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Correct spelling:
Entirely, completely; considerably.
really (adverb)
positively, truly, actually, really.
completely (adverb)
entirely, wholly, completely, totally.
Other synonyms:
sort of, clear, sooner, heartily, enough, limited, well, greatly, just, thoroughly, fairly, rather, pretty, dead, soundly, much, clean, perfectly, preferably, partly, wide, relatively, absolutely, kindly, purely, quite an, out, a bit, moderately, far, something, a little, particularly, vaguely, plumb, precisely, very, like, entirely, entire, fully, all, big, through and through, a lot, great, of course, completely, instead, kind of, utterly, slightly, OK, kinda, deeply, considerably, fast, exactly, wholly, somewhat, right, even, indeed, more or less, quite a, altogether, immensely, yes, mildly, all over, full, all of, agreed, flat, enough, totally.
Examples of usage:
  1. " I don't think I meant- quite that," he said. - "The Son of his Father", Ridgwell Cullum.
  2. Oh yes, I knew him quite well. - "East of the Shadows", Mrs. Hubert Barclay.
  3. Still it is quite true. - "A Victor of Salamis", William Stearns Davis.

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