entirely definition

  • adverb:
    • Wholly; entirely: totally pleased with the dinner.
    • exclusively or solely: he had been entirely the culprit.
    • to the full or entire extent.
    • towards the exclusion of other individuals.
    • In an entire way; wholly; totally; completely.
    • Without alloy or blend; really; sincerely.
    • without having any other individuals becoming included or included
    • to an entire level or even to the entire or entire level (`whole' is oftentimes used informally for `wholly')
    • Wholly; totally: entirely satisfied with the meal.
    • entirely or exclusively: He was entirely to blame.
    • to the full or whole extent.
    • towards exclusion of other individuals.
    • In a whole fashion; completely; totally; totally.
    • Without alloy or combination; really; sincerely.
    • with no other people becoming included or involved
    • to an entire degree or even the entire or entire extent (`whole' is usually utilized informally for `wholly')
    • Wholly; totally: completely satisfied with the dinner.
    • entirely or exclusively: he had been totally the culprit.
    • fully or whole level.
    • to the exclusion of other people.
    • In a whole manner; completely; entirely; fully.
    • Without alloy or mixture; truly; sincerely.
    • without the other individuals being included or included
    • to a total level or even the full or whole extent (`whole' is generally used informally for `wholly')
  • others:
    • Entire.
    • Wholly; entirely; fully; without exclusion or unit: because, the income is completely lost.
    • Without admixture or qualification; unreservedly; heartily; sincerely; faithfully.
    • Entire.
    • completely; totally; fully; without exception or division: since, the funds is completely lost.
    • Without admixture or certification; unreservedly; heartily; sincerely; faithfully.
    • Whole.
    • completely; entirely; completely; without exemption or division: as, the amount of money is completely lost.
    • Without admixture or certification; unreservedly; heartily; sincerely; faithfully.

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