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Universal degree
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The universal degree is expressed by the modifier hielendalcompletely.

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The universal degree is expressed by the modifier hielendalcompletely, which is synonymous with folsleincompletely, and similar words:

Example 1

a. Hielendal klear
completely ready
Completely ready
b. Folslein gek
completely crazy
Completely crazy

Possibly, adjectives which morphologically incorporate a comparison like sjippeglêdsoap.slippery, also belong here, as they do not merely involve a high degree but a universal degree quantification.

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