Here it is -What sentences would you want to use them in?
I'm afraid I wouldn't use any of these words in your sentence – they sound odd. The most natural word to use here is 'completely': a completely different result.
Chelsea beat Spurs 7–0. Spurs were comprehensively beaten (no question, it was an extreme defeat)
The score was 0–0. It was a thoroughly boring game. (it was extremely boring, all the way through)
The Chelsea players were fantastic. Spurs were utterly outclassed. (The Chelse players were a million times better than the Spurs players)
Utterly. thoroughly and comprehensively express a big extreme.
You could use the three words more or less interchangeably in the above sentences.