entirety

[ en-tahyuh r-tee, -tahy-ri- ]SEE DEFINITION OF entirety

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Reasons why this system cannot now be carried out in its entirety.

This text is a corrected version of the fourth edition of Harrison and Sharp in its entirety.

His first duty is to rigidly keep his trust in its entirety.

But reflect:—Can one, in its entirety, be in many places at the same time?

And if not in its entirety, then it is divided; for it cannot be present with all the parts of being, unless divided.

It had swallowed them in their entirety and now was disgorging them.

Sometimes the limbs drop off, piecemeal or in their entirety.

He found it curiously difficult to grasp the thought in its entirety.

It should be read in its entirety in the official Journal of the session.

This programme was followed out in all its entirety by Connie.

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