The word “absolutely” is an adverb that has several dictionary meanings, often emphasizing completeness, certainty, or agreement without any qualification.

Use cases:

  1. Affirmative or emphatic agreement:
    • Expressing complete agreement or confirmation.
    • Example: “Are you sure you want to go?” “Absolutely!”
  2. To emphasize certainty or completeness:
    • Used to stress that something is true or accurate without any doubt.
    • Example: She was absolutely certain she had locked the door.
  3. To emphasize intensity or degree:
    • Used to emphasize the extent or intensity of something.
    • Example: The concert was absolutely amazing; I’ve never seen anything like it.
  4. To indicate something is done without exception or qualification:
    • Used to assert that something is true or applicable in all circumstances.
    • Example: He is absolutely dedicated to his work.

Examples in sentences:

  1. She was absolutely delighted with her new job offer.
  2. The team’s performance was absolutely flawless during the championship game.
  3. I absolutely agree with your assessment of the situation.
  4. The movie was absolutely terrifying; I couldn’t sleep afterward.

Related words:

  • Completely
  • Totally
  • Utterly
  • Entirely
  • Unquestionably

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