“I am utterly miserable,” he said; “utterly miserable!”
‘No,’ he continued, ‘even he could not be so utterly base.’
He did indeed look utterly miserable.
I write this to you in a great hurry, for I have to tell you something quite remarkable; it will utterly amaze you when you learn of it.
The latter’s features never provoked even the slightest smile, the sight of which rendered the footman utterly grave.
When it was utterly dark, the crow led Gerda to a low door, which was ajar.
You are foolish, Jim, utterly foolish;
The old man came to beg alms; he was a neighbour of the girls and they called him Uncle Tarrillo, bantering him upon his frequent sprees. He was utterly daft and loved to talk upon the corruption of popular manners.
"Yes, I must go away," I decided at last, feeling utterly exhausted. "As far as possible from these agreeable impressions!
All my tactics lay in simply being utterly annihilated and prostrate before her purity.
completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers: absolutely, perfectly, dead