ETYM Latin absolutus, p. p. of absolvere: cf. French absolu. Related to Absolve.
1 > Complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers | SYN: downright, out-and-out, rank, right-down, sheer.
2 > Expressing finality with no implication of possible change | SYN: conclusive.
3 > Not capable of being violated or infringed | SYN: infrangible, inviolable.
4 > Not limited by law.
5 > Perfect or complete or pure.
6 > Without conditions or limitations | SYN: total, unconditioned.
(of a value) In computing, real and unchanging. For example, an absolute address is a location in memory and an absolute cell reference is a single fixed cell in a spreadsheet display. The opposite of absolute is relative.
variant of ALL-AROUND. all-round, all round.
ETYM Latin completus, p. p. of complere to fill up; com- + plere to fill. Related to Full, Comply, Compline.
1 > Perfect and complete in every respect; having all necessary qualities | SYN: consummate.
2 > Having come or been brought to a conclusion | SYN: concluded, ended, over, all over, terminated.
3 > Having every necessary or normal part or component or step.
4 > (Botany) Having all four whorls or principal parts--sepals and petals and stamens and carpels (or pistils).
ETYM Latin consummatus, p. p. or consummare to accomplish, sum up; con- + summa sum. Related to Sum. Having or revealing supreme mastery or skill | SYN: masterful, masterly, virtuoso.
ETYM Old Eng. ded, dead, deed, as. deád; akin to os. dôd, Dutch dood, German todt, tot, Icel. dauthr, Swed. and Dan. död, Goth. daubs; prop. p. p. of an old verb meaning to die. Related to Die, Death.
1 > No longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life.
2 > No longer in force or use; inactive | SYN: defunct.
3 > Devoid of physical sensation; numb | SYN: deadened.
4 > (Followed by 'to') Not showing human feeling or sensitivity; unresponsive | SYN: numb.
5 > Not showing characteristics of life especially the capacity to sustain life; no longer exerting force or having energy or heat.
6 > Physically inactive.
7 > Lacking animation or excitement or activity | SYN: lifeless.
8 > No longer having force or relevance.
9 > Lacking resilience or bounce.
10. Drained of electric charge; discharged | SYN: drained.
11. Not surviving in active use.
12. Out of use or operation because of a fault or breakdown.
13. Unerringly accurate.
14. Sudden and complete.
15. Total | SYN: utter.
16. Lacking acoustic resonance.
ETYM Latin directus, p. p. of dirigere to direct: cf. French direct. Related to Dress, Dirge.
1 > Proceeding without deviation or interruption; straight and short.
2 > As an immediate result or consequence.
3 > Immediate or direct in bearing or force; having nothing intervening.
4 > Exact.
5 > Effected directly by action of the voters rather than through elected representatives.
6 > Extended senses; direct in means or manner or behavior or language or action.
7 > In precisely the same words used by a writer or speaker | SYN: verbatim.
ETYM Greek, from dran to do, act: cf. French drastique. Related to Drama. Forceful and extreme and rigorous.
ETYM French entier, Latin integer untouched, undiminished, entire; pref. in-, negative + the root of tangere to touch. Related to Tangent, Integer.
1 > Constituting the full quantity or extent; complete | SYN: full, total.
2 > (Of leaves or petals) Having a smooth edge; not broken up into teeth or lobes.
3 > (Used of domestic animals) Sexually competent | SYN: intact.
ETYM Cf. French intégral. Related to Integer. Constituting the undiminished entirety; lacking nothing essential especially not damaged | SYN: entire, intact.
Being nothing more than specified
Without reservation or exception | SYN: straight-out, unlimited.
ETYM Old Eng. parfit, Old Fren. parfit, parfet, parfait, French parfait, Latin perfectus, p. p. of perficere to carry to the end, to perform, finish, perfect; per (see Per-) + facere to make, do. Related to Fact.
1 > Being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish.
2 > Precisely accurate or exact.
ETYM Late Lat. plenarius, from Latin plenus full. Related to Plenty. Full in all respects. Full; entire; complete; absolute; unqualified; unlimited; with all members present.
ETYM French profond, Latin profundus; pro before, forward + fundus the bottom. Related to Found to establish, Bottom lowest part.
1 > Coming from deep within one.
2 > Of the greatest intensity; complete.
3 > Showing intellectual penetration or emotional depths; from the depths of one's being.
4 > Situated at or extending to great depth; too deep to have been sounded or plumbed | SYN: unfathomed, unplumbed, unsounded.
ETYM French, from Latin radicalis having roots, from radix, -icis, a root. Related to Radix.
1 > Arising from or going to the root | SYN: root.
2 > (Botany) Especially of leaves; located at the base of a plant or stem; especially arising directly from the root or rootstock or a root-like stem | SYN: basal.
3 > (Linguistics) Of or relating to or constituting a linguistic root.
Pertaining to, like, deriving from or striking at root; fundamental; extreme; Mathematics, pertaining to radix.
ETYM Latin regularis, from regula a rule, from regere to guide, to rule: cf. French régulier. Related to Rule.
Of geometric figures, having all angles and sides equal. Also, of solids, having bases comprised of regular polygons.
1 > Conforming to a standard or pattern.
2 > In accordance with fixed order or procedure or principle.
3 > Not deviating from what is normal.
4 > In accord with regular practice or procedure.
5 > Relating to a person who does something regularly | SYN: steady.
6 > Regularly scheduled for fixed times.
7 > Officially full-time.
8 > (Used of the military) Belonging to or engaged in by legitimate army forces.
9 > Often used as intensifiers | SYN: veritable.
ETYM Old Eng. shere, skere, pure, bright.
1 > Bright; clear; pure; unmixed.
2 > Very thin or transparent; -- applied to fabrics.
3 > Being thoroughly what it seems to be; mere; downright.
4 > Straight up and down; vertical; perpendicular.
1 > Complete or extreme
2 > Rigid in or as if in death
3 > Rigidly conforming (as to a pattern or doctrine); absolute
Pertaining to the abstinence from alchohol.
Painstakingly careful and accurate
Carried to the utmost point or highest degree; absolute, total
1 > Precisely as stated.
2 > Used to give emphasis to the relevance of the thing modified.
ETYM Old Eng. hole, hol, hal, hool, as. hâl well, sound, healthy.
1 > Including all components without exception; being one unit or constituting the full amount or extent or duration; complete.
2 > (Of siblings) Having the same parents.
Moved by ardent enthusiasm or single-minded devotion; wholehearted
1 > Completely and sincerely devoted, determined, or enthusiastic
2 > Marked by complete earnest commitment; free from all reserve or hesitation
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