entirely

[ en-tahyuhr-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF entirely

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It is a thought, an ideal, which has led to an entirely new line of action.

No reflections upon your brother: he has entirely the honour of the family at heart.

"I wish you were entirely independent of Austin," said Viviette, walking with him up the lawn.

Old enough to know that this exfoliation is entirely natural.

You might say that a standard of morals is entirely a matter of opinion.

I came to the conclusion that I was entirely wrong in my course.

He was very irreligious, and entirely wanting in every attribute of a Christian.

But we differed so entirely it was impossible it should last.

With each of these commencements they were entirely familiar; but this was something new.

The last volume, Kent, 1907, is entirely decorated by himself.

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