complete or total (used as an intensifier--typically when stressing how bad something is)
She was indignant that Carol should not be utterly fulfilled in having borne Kennicott’s child.
How utterly absurd!
Now she lay across the bed, in crumpled lavender cotton and shabby pumps, very feminine, utterly cowed.
Though she should return, she said, she would not be utterly defeated.
From the front, Howland & Gould’s grocery was smug enough, but attached to the rear was a lean-to of storm streaked pine lumber with a sanded tar roof—a staggering doubtful shed behind which was a heap of ashes, splintered packing-boxes, shreds of excelsior, crumpled straw-board, broken olive-bottles, rotten fruit, and utterly disintegrated vegetables: orange carrots turning black, and potatoes with ulcers.
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She suffered utter devastation when her child died in the accident.