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utter
used in The Two Towers

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utter stupidity
Definition
complete or total (used as an intensifier—typically when stressing how bad something is)
  • The sky was utterly dark, and the stillness of the heavy air foreboded storm.
    3.7 -- Book 3 Chapter 7 -- Helm's Deep (41% in)
  • Chapter 9 Shelob's Lair It may indeed have been daytime now, as Gollum said, but the hobbits could see little difference, unless, perhaps, the heavy sky above was less utterly black, more like a great roof of smoke; while instead of the darkness of deep night, which lingered still in cracks and holes, a grey blurring shadow shrouded the stony world about them.
    4.9 -- Book 4 Chapter 9 -- Shelob's Lair (1% in)

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  • In a few steps they were in utter and impenetrable dark.
    4.9 -- Book 4 Chapter 9 -- Shelob's Lair (8% in)

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