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utter
used in A Thousand Acres

3 uses
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utter stupidity
Definition
complete or total (used as an intensifier—typically when stressing how bad something is)
  • He said this utterly without embarrassment.
    p. 29.4
  • When he engaged me in conversation about this problem, I tried to sound concerned and helpful, but all the time I was imagining them naked somewhere, relieved to be alone, giddy and giggling and utterly sufficient to themselves.
    p. 310.0

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  • Rose gazed down at me with utter seriousness, her eyes deep and dark, her mouth carved from marble.
    p. 274.5

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