One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘in the 1920s, cheap production constituted almost the entirety of British film-making’
whole, sum, total, aggregate, totality, gross, sum total, grand total
‘the scheme was approved in its entirety’
completely, entirely, totally, fully, wholly
in every respect, in every way, in all respects, lock, stock, and barrel, one hundred per cent, from beginning to end, alpha and omega, all the way, every inch, to the hilt, to the core
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