Absolutely in a sentence

Definition of Absolutely

In an absolute or unconditional manner; utterly, positively, wholly. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.] | Independently; viewed without relation to other things or factors. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.] | (grammar) In a manner that does not take an object.

How to use Absolutely in a Sentence?

  • No absolutely unexpected revelation could have quite the same quality of shock.
  • It absolutely and unconditionally determines the will at all times, and in all cases.
  • This acts directly upon the will itself, and absolutely controls all its movements.
  • These faces are then highly polished and the utmost effort is made to keep them absolutely clean.
  • The figure was full of difficulty, the time rapid, the step absolutely twinkling.
  • Ours, as you remember, was a bachelor crowd; in spirit anyhow, if not absolutely in fact.
  • I have absolutely refused to take the oath of allegiance to the Federal Government.
  • Now that she was rid of Mrs. Stiles, was it absolutely necessary for her to go out?
  • There were aspects of that unquenchable agitation that were absolutely heroic and aspects that were absolutely pitiful.
  • If this mean anything, it is that a device in which inertia is absolutely eliminated might do very much better.
  • There seems to be absolutely no good reason why lamp signals should be substituted for mechanical drops in magneto switchboards.
  • Because, according to right reason, that which is truly one must be affirmed to be absolutely indivisible.
  • If well trained lurchers are absolutely necessary to hare poaching, ferrets are just as important to successful rabbit poaching.
  • Hares and partridges invariably squat on the fallow or in the stubble when alarmed, and remain absolutely still till the danger is passed.
  • Notwithstanding his forever-recurring caprices and changes, his principles were high, always high, and absolutely unshakable.
  • To prevent this a "close time" is, in the opinion of those best versed in woodcraft, absolutely necessary.
  • The old soldier, however, remained firm in his determination to hold out, even though his position was now absolutely hopeless.
  • A hall, rather contracted, but sumptuous in its furnishings, opened on a series of drawing-rooms absolutely splendid with gilt and satin.
  • Judge North was anxious to have some object-lessons for that law, and he would absolutely keep us in the prison the full two years.
  • The palm trees, absolutely still, outlined flatly against the unrefreshing green of the packed jungle, seemed so much cardboard scenery.
  • Under a grave and gentle exterior burned inextinguishable fires of sympathy, energy, devotion, enthusiasm, and absolutely limitless affection.
  • Bayle contends, that as evil exists, the Creator and Governor of the world cannot be absolutely perfect.
  • For how natural, how irresistible the conclusion, that if God be absolutely perfect, then the world made by him must be perfect also!
  • Hence we carry about with us the irresistible conviction that we are free; that our wills are not absolutely subject to the dominion of causes over which we have no control.
  • Cakes or pastries in any form were absolutely prohibited in the public eating places, and, I think, in private homes as well.

Short Example Sentence for Absolutely

  • She absolutely advanced to me.
  • He was absolutely bewildered.
  • It was such an absolutely safe thing.
  • They had to be absolutely original and fresh.
  • The stage he absolutely vetoed.
  • She felt for the moment absolutely numb.
  • Yet he was now absolutely certain he had heard a footstep.
  • She absolutely began upon those knots with her fingers.
  • I cannot promise absolutely that I will be yours.
  • It was nothing, absolutely nothing, she declared.
  • It was, however, an absolutely useless one.
  • Here I am face to face with two absolutely insoluble ones.
  • That he could believe such a story seemed absolutely impossible.
  • Paradoxically, he was absolutely cold-blooded toward a declared enemy.
  • Then he who says 'not something' must say absolutely nothing.

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