Altogether [adverb]

Definition of Altogether:

as a whole

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Sentence/Example of Altogether:

For parents everywhere, screen time has now taken on a different meaning altogether.

On April 30, California suspended its polio vaccination program altogether, and by May 7 all polio vaccinations had been paused for a week by recommendation of the surgeon general.

So we have between 100 and 200,000, and we altogether have done a very good job.

Perhaps the last company to do so was Castlight Health in 2014, which subsequently lost over 95% of its value, but most prior examples occurred during the Internet bubble in 1999 and 2000 and ended up disappearing altogether.

Coronavirus has denied brands the ability to plan, and forced some to pivot altogether and reinvent themselves.

Several chains, including Walmart and Best Buy, plan to close stores altogether on Thanksgiving, which had become an increasingly busy shopping day in recent years.

The ruling created confusion, according to Maddox-Evans, who said some residents incorrectly stopped paying rent altogether.

Operating clothing chains is also an altogether different business from managing the real estate and collecting the rent.

In fact, it’s considering banning online junk food ads altogether.

Get on the wrong side of Google and you are looking at a serious penalty in your rankings or total blacklisting altogether.