Examples of entirety in a Sentence
the entirety of an estate
I wish that I could find a card for Valentine's Day that expresses the entirety of my love.
Recent Examples of entirety from the Web
Cappas found Davis in contempt of court and sentenced him to an additional 60 days in jail, which must be served in its entirety with no credit for good behavior.
On the right, senators like Rand Paul of Kentucky and Mike Lee of Utah were going to be satisfied only with a bill that repealed the Affordable Care Act in its entirety.
The text of Article 88 is brief and somewhat vague, but worth quoting in its entirety.
In recent years, Yes has devoted a good part of its concerts to performing one of its albums live in its entirety.
That nominee would replace physicist John Holdren, who led OSTP for the entirety of the Obama administration.
If that good health continues, Harden should be in position to provide star-level contributions for the entirety of this deal.
It can be hiked in its entirety as well as in parts—each section lasts four to six days—or even as a day-trip.
DeYoung will perform the album in its entirety at 8 p.m. Friday (that would be 7-7-17) at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles.
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First Known Use of entirety
ENTIRETY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of entirety for English Language Learners
: the whole or total amount of something
ENTIRETY Defined for Kids
Definition of entirety for Students
: the whole or total amount the entirety of the treasure
Legal Definition of entirety
1 : the state of being entire or complete in its entirety
2 : an undivided whole; specifically : an interest in real property that cannot be divided — compare moiety
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