|(Slang) corpse, dead body; overly formal or priggish person; fellow, regular person; drunk, difficult to bend, rigid; stubborn; strong; awkward; hard, difficult; thick; high, expensive, in a rigid state; thoroughly, completely||stiff|
|able to be lawfully eaten, blank, cleanly, cleanly; completely, empty, entirely, eradicate unwanted dirt, free from dirt; permissible, legal; smooth; simple; innocent, free of disease or infection, free of problems, free of weeds, get free of dirt, hon...||clean|
|absence of everything, complete worthlessness, lack of apparent meaning, somebody or something completely worthless, state of being nothing; oblivion; lack of meaning; absence of all things; vacuum||nothingness|
|absolute, candidly, clear; total, absolute; complete; directed straight out (Archaic), instantly, totally, completely; openly; absolutely; directly; immediately, wholly, without qualifications||outright|
|absolutely, completely cold||stone-cold|
|absorb liquid completely, finish a drink||drink up|
|abstract realization of a morpheme, being 0 in number, completely without something, failure, low point, low temperature, nothing, number 0, quantity of none, null, number with the value of 0, set to zero, setting on a gun sight, starting point for val...||zero|
|abundantly, amply, generously, completely, elaborately, plentifully, with deep color||richly|
|achromat, person suffering from full color blindness who sees everything in shades of grey (Ophthalmology), somebody completely colorblind||monochromat|
|act of buying wholesale to create a monopoly; state of being completely absorbed or occupied; act of writing a document in large clear letters or in a formal style; document which has been engrossed, completely absorbed state, cornering of market, docu...||engrossment|
|act of flopping, act of falling heavily; plunk, thud; huge failure (Slang), fail completely, fall heavily, fall with a thud; plunk down; flap back and forth; fail (Slang), heavy dull sound, move limply, sit or lie down heavily, total failure||flop|
|act of turning completely around, change of direction; change (of opinion, loyalty, etc.); merry-go-round (British); acting towards someone in the manner they have acted towards others; radical person (Archaic), total change in outlook or behavior, tur...||turnabout|
|act or habit of destruction, completely wreck or damage something, damaging effects, ruin, devastation, rob, plunder, pillage; destroy, demolish, wreck and plunder a place||ravage|
|acting or seeming like an adult, cause to ripen; cause to develop fully; ripen, age, grow up; reach full maturity; develop; due for payment; work out (a plan) completely, perfect, develop into something finished, experienced, fall due for payment, full...||mature|
|aimed at, away, down, falsely, because, because of, completely, extremely, conj. because, on account of, due to the fact that, designed with a purpose, despite||for|
|air bladder, announce something, articulate a sound, complete, completely acceptable, deep and peaceful, dive down, earshot, element of speech as heard, examine with a probe, have particular quality when heard, healthy, implication, indicate status, le...||sound|
|annihilate, destroy, exterminate, obliterate, get rid of something completely||eradicate|
|arrange completely beforehand, bundle in advance, package in advance, pack in advance, package before sale||prepackage|
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