One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
As a whole; completely.‘the poem is too long to quote in its entirety here’
completely, entirely, totally, fully, whollyView synonyms
- ‘Whole sequences are played out in their entirety in front of the television cameras.’
- ‘Both the articles are very well written and worth reading in their entirety.’
- ‘Anyone who seeks to understand this whole subject should carefully study this chapter in its entirety.’
- ‘Perhaps the best way to start discussing this review is to quote it almost in its entirety.’
- ‘All relevant verses must be analyzed in their entirety and tied together to form a consistent whole.’
- ‘All monies raised go in their entirety to these voluntary organisations.’
- ‘Some are in their complete entirety, and some are just the titles, which is most frustrating.’
- ‘The whole voyage took 46 days to complete and was followed in its entirety by the world's press.’
- ‘The circular emblem is approximately four inches in diameter in its entirety.’
- ‘In its entirety, it would create the largest land turbine development in Europe, extending over five miles in length.’
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