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Completely vs. Comprehensively

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Completelyadverb

(manner) In a complete manner

‘Please completely fill in the box for your answer, using a number 2 pencil.’;

Comprehensivelyadverb

In a comprehensive manner; in an all-inclusive or wide-ranging fashion.

Completelyadverb

(degree) To the fullest extent or degree; totally.

‘He is completely mad.’;

Comprehensivelyadverb

In a comprehensive manner; with great extent of scope.

Completelyadverb

In a complete manner; fully.

Comprehensivelyadverb

in an all-inclusive manner

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Completelyadverb

to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly');

‘he was wholly convinced’; ‘entirely satisfied with the meal’; ‘it was completely different from what we expected’; ‘was completely at fault’; ‘a totally new situation’; ‘the directions were all wrong’; ‘it was not altogether her fault’; ‘an altogether new approach’; ‘a whole new idea’;

Completelyadverb

so as to be complete; with everything necessary;

‘he had filled out the form completely’; ‘the apartment was completely furnished’;

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