Sources: Law Dictionary
It is utterly impossible to finish the work within a month.
He was too embarrassed to utter a word in front of the crowd.
The report is utterly false.
If you did that, on some level, I think, you were absolutely right, even though you were utterly misconstruing the logic of the argument.
In the long run, with an increasing number of active service versions, your service inventory will become utter chaos without versioning and SLM governance.
If you wish to grow thinner, diminish your dinner, And take to light claret instead of pale ale ;Look down with an utter contempt upon butter, And never touch bread till it's toasted -- or stale.
Worse still, the towers were out of scale and utterly unattractive — “the largest aluminum siding job in the history of the world ,” as one critic put it.
The uttermost aim of school education is to develop a wholesome man with truth, kindness and beauty. This is also the highest ambit of education.
I ’ll skip the worst ever presidency bit because I am not a presidential historian but it’s clear to me that the Bush presidency has been an utter failure that certainly ranks amongst the worst.
At present, so I am told, the high gods of medicine have decreed that the first cries of the young shall be uttered upon the anaesthetic air of a hospital, preferably a fashionable one.