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utter
used in Me Before You

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1  —1 use as in:
utter stupidity
Definition
complete or total (used as an intensifier—typically when stressing how bad something is)
  • He looked utterly fed up.
    p. 161.8

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  • But I knew with utter certainty that I couldn't be anywhere near him.
    p. 370.6
  • She seemed weary, as if she had uttered the same words many times that day already.
    p. 23.7
  • I had a framed photograph at home where I was beaming at Patrick like he had just pulled me from a burning building, yet in reality I had just called him an "utter dick" and he had responded with a hearty "Oh, piss off!"
    p. 61.5
  • The thought of loading Will and his chair into the adapted minivan and carting him safely to and from the next town filled me with utter terror.
    p. 75.4
  • I felt like an utter failure.
    p. 165.4
  • We were enjoying one of those rare summers of utter freedom—no financial responsibility, no debts, no time owing to anybody.
    p. 172.8
  • The look of utter relief she and Dad exchanged was the saddest thing I have ever seen.
    p. 201.2

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