Examples of entirely in a Sentence
are you entirely aware of what you're doing with that thing?
Recent Examples of entirely from the Web
According to celeb news site The Blast, Gaga and her team are working to trademark the name, which would be an entirely new venture for the singer/fashion designer/activist.
The entire point of landing and reusing rockets is to save money: instead of creating an entirely new rocket for each mission, SpaceX can simply reuse a vehicle that already exists and has been tested during flight.
Since signing with the Mets in August of 2016, Tebow, who has struck out 40 times in 90 plate appearances in Double A, has had to develop an entirely new mind-set from his football days.
Nationwide, few entirely new outdoor malls and lifestyle centers are being built right now, said Stephanie Cegielski, a spokeswoman for the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Milton will have to prove his company can build trucks on time with high quality while managing an entirely new business model involving untested technologies and start producing free cash flow before investment capital runs out.
Both acted from a young age and forged successful on-screen careers before crossing an ocean and entering an entirely new world.
The idea of automated seed-stage investing isn’t entirely new.
Modest dressing isn't entirely new territory for the company.
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all, all of, all over, altogether, clean, completely, dead, enough, even, exactly, fast, flat, full, fully, heartily, out, perfectly, plumb [chiefly dialect], quite, soundly, thoroughly, through and through, totally, utterly, well, wholly, wide;
all the way, at length, down the line, down to the ground, for fair, in whole, to bits, to pieces, to the hilt, to the max;
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