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utter
used in Throne of Glass

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utter stupidity
Definition
complete or total (used as an intensifier—typically when stressing how bad something is)
  • Now it was utterly foreign.
    p. 20.9
  • But even though the king had banned magic, most knew the truth: within a month of his proclamation, magic had completely and utterly disappeared of its own accord.
    p. 31.4
  • Utterly and completely spectacular.
    p. 45.7
  • Who better to do my work than someone utterly grateful for being granted not only a second chance, but also wealth and the power of my name?
    p. 48.8
  • She was a haughty, vulgar, utterly impertinent assassin.
    p. 102.8
  • Leaning against the doorway, Dorian stood, utterly transfixed.
    p. 144.5
  • The hall was utterly silent.
    p. 218.2
  • In his arms, Celaena had gone utterly still.
    p. 370.3
  • Her heart beat so quickly, and yet she felt utterly calm—as if she could have stayed there forever and not minded, stayed there forever and let the world fall apart around them.
    p. 393.6

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  • She hugged her knees, shivering as she recalled the utter blackness from which the thing had come.
    p. 336.7

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