Exclusively and Totally


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Exclusively adverb – For nothing other than.
Totally and exclusively are semantically related in solely topic. In some cases you can use "Totally" instead an adverb "Exclusively".
Nearby Words: exclusive, exclusion, exclusivity
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Totally adverb – To a full extent or degree.
Exclusively and totally are semantically related in completely topic. You can use "Exclusively" instead an adverb "Totally".
Nearby Word: totality
Synonyms for Totally

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  • He's also exclusively adept with shuriken; his abilities with other thrown weapons such as kunai is totally unremarkable.
  • And probably justified, since Thief talking about his common sense and memory like they were exclusively elven traits, and bragging about them, is totally in character.
  • Creator / Anne McCaffrey Ironically, in the last book of the Talent series she turns a previously exclusively gay character totally and apparently permanently straight for a Last Minute Hook Up with a female main character — can't leave anyone single, after all.
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