adverb en·tire·ly

Definition of ENTIRELY

:  to the full or entire extent :  completely <I agree entirely> <you are entirely welcome>
:  to the exclusion of others :  solely <entirely by my own efforts>

Examples of ENTIRELY

  1. <are you entirely aware of what you're doing with that thing?>

First Known Use of ENTIRELY

14th century


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