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The essence of friendship is entireness, a total magnanimity and trust.

Even when cleft or bored through it is not comprehended in its entireness.

Does not the entireness of the complex hint at the perfection of the simple?

With what tenderness he sings, yet with what vehemence and entireness!

And I clung to him with an entireness of confidence, a fulness of gratitude that swelled my heart almost to bursting.

It has all that grand simplicity, that entireness which characterizes his works: it contains, too, some admirable pictures.

Calidad is the best tobacco, selected for its good color, flavor, elasticity and entireness of the leaves.

Pacetti had made this purchase with the view of restoring the mutilated statue to entireness.

The entireness and sincerity of each in his own department of art alone made this possible.

Hobbes would now maintain his system by depositing his “entireness of sovereign power” in the Laws of his Country.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French entier "whole, unbroken, intact, complete," from Latin integrum (nominative integer; see integer).

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