in the altogether
she's agreed to pose in the altogether.
1. His objective was to kill the space station project altogether.
2. Altogether, it was a delightful town garden, peaceful and secluded.
3. I don't think a sedentary life would altogether suit me.
4. "Perhaps it would be better if I withdrew altogether." — "Certainly not!"
5. I suspect he isn't altogether unhappy about my absence.
6. We were not altogether sure that the comet would miss the Earth.
7. That is another matter altogether. And we shall come to that next.
8. When Artie stopped calling altogether, Julie found a new man.
9. A growing number of employers are trying to bypass the unions altogether.
10. My involvement has not been altogether, shall we say, ethical.
11. Altogether seven inmates escaped by scaling a wall and climbing down scaffolding.
12. The long-range goal must be to do away with nuclear weapons altogether.
13. Well, now just a second, I don't altogether agree with the premise.
14. Today's celebrations have been altogether more sedate.
15. "I'm not altogether a fool," she said gruffly.
英 [ɪnˈtaɪəli] 美 [ɪnˈtaɪərli]
adv. 完全地; 完整地; 全部地; 彻底地;
双语例句1. This, I am sorry to say, is almost entirely wishful thinking.
2. They are not entirely happy with his criticism of the president.
3. Mars has an insubstantial atmosphere, consisting almost entirely of carbon dioxide.
4. The downstairs of the two little houses had been entirely refashioned.
5. We shall see that this is not entirely true.
6. He hacked away at the story, eliminating one character entirely.
7. It was entirely in character for Rachel to put her baby first.
8. The attractiveness of the schemes depends almost entirely on tax relief.
9. The US itself, of course, is not entirely blameless in trading matters.
10. We are all entirely responsible for our actions, and for our reactions.
11. This is an entirely computer operated system which is very user friendly.
12. The doctor's verdict was that he was entirely healthy.
13. Once the damage is done, even modern surgery can't undo it entirely.
14. Some of his ideas about democracy are entirely his own.
15. Although not ideal, this attitude is not entirely destructive.
1. These people are not wholly reliant on Western charity.
2. Her advice has frequently been less than wholly helpful.
3. Our Intelligence Service was untrained, cumbersome, and almost wholly ineffectual.
4. His mind was wholly taken up with the question.
5. Unhappily the facts do not wholly bear out the theory.
6. The Locomotive Construction Company Ltd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Trust.
7. The accusation is wholly without foundation.
8. For urban areas this approach was wholly inadequate.
9. In my opinion, the decision was wholly justified.
10. He is wholly concerned with his own grandeur.
11. The criticism was wholly unjustified.
12. The government is not wholly to blame for the recession.
13. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of a large multinational.
14. She had acted in ways that he found wholly admirable.
15. I am wholly incredulous of the truth of his story.