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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Antonyms Hypernym Usage
entirely 43 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 Adverb No Data No Data Colloquialism
completely 37 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 Adverb No Data No Data Colloquialism
all 26 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 Adverb No Data No Data Colloquialism
altogether 11 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 Adverb No Data No Data Colloquialism
wholly 11 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 Adverb partly No Data Colloquialism
totally 8 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 Adverb No Data No Data Colloquialism
on the whole 4 With everything considered (and neglecting details) “altogether, I’m sorry it happened”, “all in all, it’s not so bad” Adverb No Data No Data No Data
all in all 3 With everything considered (and neglecting details) “altogether, I’m sorry it happened”, “all in all, it’s not so bad” Adverb No Data No Data No Data
all told 2 With everything included or counted altogether he earns close to a million dollars Adverb No Data No Data No Data
whole 1 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 Adverb No Data No Data Colloquialism
altogether 1 With everything included or counted altogether he earns close to a million dollars Adverb No Data No Data No Data
in all 1 With everything included or counted altogether he earns close to a million dollars Adverb No Data No Data No Data
altogether 0 With everything considered (and neglecting details) “altogether, I’m sorry it happened”, “all in all, it’s not so bad” Adverb No Data No Data No Data
raw 0 Informal terms for nakedness in the raw, in the altogether, in his birthday suit Noun No Data nakedness No Data
altogether 0 Informal terms for nakedness in the raw, in the altogether, in his birthday suit Noun No Data nakedness No Data
birthday suit 0 Informal terms for nakedness in the raw, in the altogether, in his birthday suit Noun No Data nakedness No Data
tout ensemble 0 With everything considered (and neglecting details) “altogether, I’m sorry it happened”, “all in all, it’s not so bad” Adverb No Data No Data No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Altogether" have?

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The word "Altogether" has 17 meanings. The most frequent meaning is entirely.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Altogether"?

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The word "Altogether" has 4 hyponyms which are: bareness, nude, raw, undress.

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Is the word "Altogether" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Altogether" has a maximum frequency of 43.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Altogether"?

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The word "Altogether" has no synonyms.

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