Altogether (adverb)

  1. Entirely; completely.
  2. In all; on the whole.

Origin:

Late middle english: from all together, altered by association with altogether 'entirely'. the original form was obsolete by the 16th century.

Examples:

  1. The cake was altogether delicious.
  2. Altogether, the trip was a success.
  3. He was altogether too nervous to speak.
  4. Altogether there were ten of us.
  5. The situation is altogether different now.
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