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Entirely

Pronunciation of Entirely
/ɛntˈa͡ɪ͡əli/, /ɛntˈa‍ɪ‍əli/, /ɛ_n_t_ˈaɪə_l_i/

Antonyms for entirely:

partially, incompletely, partly.

Synonyms for entirely:

Sense 1

richly, indeed, plumb, OCH, lousy, ultimately, frighteningly, e'en, interestingly, bloody, ever, leastways, leastwise, wholesale, actual, strongly, fiendishly, seriously, properly, awfully, genuinely, any.

Sense 2

actively, even, really, sure, What.

Sense 3

perfect, awful, dead, flat, exact, perfectly, absolutely.

Sense 4

right.

Sense 8

out.

Sense 13

clean.

as a whole

bodily.

definitely

emphatically.

everywhere

nationally.

thoroughly

downright.

whole

hook, whole.

wholly

utterly.

completely (adverb)

thoroughly, inside-out, radically, wholly, quite, utterly, finally, comprehensively, only, collectively, exclusively, perfectly, plumb, well, absolutely, universally, exhaustively, totally, solely, altogether, fully, alone.

entirely (adverb)

conclusively, globally, wholly, sweepingly.

purely (adverb)

purely.

sufficiently (adverb)

well.

unitedly (adverb)

Indivisibly, fundamentally, cohesively, homogeneously, coherently, completely, simply, solidly, integrally, coincidentally, Atomically, congruently, Elementally, purely, unitedly, holistically, Congruously, singly.

absolutely (adverb)

perfectly.

completely (adverb)

thoroughly, fully, completely, finally, collectively, universally, integrally, quite, exhaustively, comprehensively, totally, utterly, radically.

entirely (adverb)

totally, fully, comprehensively, exhaustively, sweepingly, globally, completely, wholly, holistically, conclusively.

roundly (adverb)

soundly.

sufficiently (adverb)

well.

unitedly (adverb)

Indivisibly, fundamentally, cohesively, homogeneously, coherently, completely, simply, solidly, integrally, coincidentally, Atomically, congruently, Elementally, purely, unitedly, holistically, Congruously, singly.

Sense 1 (noun)

really.

Sense 2 (noun)

perfectly, absolutely, quite, well, bloody, e'en, dead, any, actively, flat, actual, clean, utterly, awfully, awful.

entirely (noun)

totally, exclusively, alone, completely, solely, only, all, whole, wholly, altogether.

Usage examples for entirely:

  • Not a word was spoken until we were entirely away from the congregation, and I said, " Mary, haven't we gone far enough?" - "A Woman's Life-Work Labors and Experiences", Laura S. Haviland.
  • It would make you entirely too vain. - "Betty Wales Freshman", Edith K. Dunton.
  • It depends entirely on what your request is. - "One Day's Courtship The Heralds Of Fame", Robert Barr.

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