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entirety

noun en·tire·ty \in-ˈtī-rə-tē, -ˈtī(-ə)r-tē\

: the whole or total amount of something

plural en·tire·ties

Full Definition of ENTIRETY

1
:  the state of being entire or complete
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Examples of ENTIRETY

  1. the entirety of an estate
  2. <I wish that I could find a card for Valentine's Day that expresses the entirety of my love.>

First Known Use of ENTIRETY

1548
ENTIRETIES Defined for Kids

entirety

noun en·tire·ty \in-ˈtī-rə-tē, -ˈtīr-tē\

Definition of ENTIRETY for Kids

:  the whole or total amount <the entirety of the treasure>

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