entire[ en-tahyuhr ]SEE DEFINITION OF entire
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Throughout the dinner their entire absorption in each other was all but unbroken.
This illuminated the entire room, but in a partial and dismal manner.
Yet Andy's change of horses at Sullivan's place changed the entire problem.
Most people spent their entire lives in the same town or the same countryside.
She had already forgotten the entire matter, and was deep in the merits of collars!
The thoughts that Dr. Everett had given to the entire matter were few.
It is as though I had asked for a crumb of bread, and he gave me the entire loaf.
"It will be all right," he declared, in a tone of entire conviction.
Throughout the entire country, indeed, Morvandial is spoken.
At the present moment it is to me the only theme worthy of a man's entire attention.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ENTIRE
- country club
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- disposed of
- done for
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- in the past
- over and done
- put into effect
- sewn up
- tied up
- worked out
- wound up
- wrapped up