Altogether

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Emphasis on EndPlay
Used for emphasizing that something has completely stopped or ended. SlideHe decided to give up junk food altogether.
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Contrasting SituationsPlay
Highlights a strong contrast between previous and current situations. SlideThe sequel was altogether more exciting than the first movie.
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Not 'All Together'Play
Don't confuse 'altogether' with 'all together', which means everyone or everything in one place. SlideThey went out altogether, leaving the house empty.