Part of speech:
Having exact limits; definite; distinct; fixed
Complete; entire; undivided.
(Gram.) Of an adjective or adverb in its simple, uninflected or unmodified form or degree; neither comparative nor superlative
Clearly defined; explicitly precise:
(Grammar) Of, relating to, or being a word, phrase, or construction that is isolated syntactically from the rest of a sentence, as the referee having finally arrived in The referee having finally arrived, the game began.
Without reservation; downright
Having to do with the basic or ultimate purpose, aim, or end
Established beyond doubt or question; indisputable:
Having come to an end; concluded:
Having no part excluded or left out; whole:
Having the same parents:
Having no restrictions or controls:
Existing in reality or in fact; not merely possible, but real; as it really is
Very thorough; complete:
Being of pure or original stock:
That cannot be doubted; unquestionable
Having an appetite completely satisfied, especially for food or drink:
Being without exception or qualification; absolute:
Free from qualification; absolute; complete
With no exception or qualification; unexceptionable
Saying what is meant, without reservation or disguise; outspoken
Not bound by convention or the rules of form:
Relating to or being a numerical quantity describing the size of such a set.
Full; complete; absolute
Lacking the necessary or desirable qualifications; not fit
Not held back for a particular person:
Implied or understood though not directly expressed:
Doing or done with all one's energy, enthusiasm, etc.; hearty; sincere; earnest
Not glossy; matte:
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