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utter
used in Queen of Babble

5 uses
  • I'm in complete and utter shock.
  • —Philip Dormer Stanhope, fourth Earl of Chesterfield (1694–1773), British statesman Iwake up with a feeling of deep and utter contentment, even though I'm sleeping alone, Andrew having stumbled to his own bed after an attempt at sleeping together in the narrow MDF bed failed miserably, thanks to his long legs and my tendency to sleep with my knees curled up to my chest.
  • "I wanted to tell you I was getting off at Souillac," Jean-Luc is saying when I am able to focus on him, and not my complete and utter lack of recourse if he starts trying to kill me, "but I was afraid you'd feel embarrassed."
  • It is followed by the words "No, no, no," uttered at the unmistakably high decibel achieved by one person, and only one person, staying at Mirac: Vicky Thibodaux.
  • Well, I guess that's what happens when you make a complete and utter ass of yourself onstage in front of two hundred total strangers.

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