entirely

entirely
adv.
Entirely is used with these adjectives: ↑absent, ↑abstract, ↑acceptable, ↑accidental, ↑alien, ↑alone, ↑anonymous, ↑appropriate, ↑arbitrary, ↑artificial, ↑autonomous, ↑avoidable, ↑believable, ↑beneficial, ↑black, ↑blameless, ↑blank, ↑bogus, ↑characteristic, ↑coincidental, ↑comfortable, ↑commendable, ↑compatible, ↑composed, ↑comprehensible, ↑conceivable, ↑concerned, ↑confident, ↑consistent, ↑contrary, ↑conventional, ↑correct, ↑covered, ↑dependent, ↑devoid, ↑different, ↑dissimilar, ↑distinct, ↑empty, ↑exempt, ↑explicable, ↑factual, ↑fair, ↑faithful, ↑false, ↑familiar, ↑feasible, ↑fictional, ↑fictitious, ↑fitting, ↑foreign, ↑free, ↑futile, ↑genuine, ↑honourable, ↑hostile, ↑hypothetical, ↑ignorant, ↑illogical, ↑imaginary, ↑immaterial, ↑immune, ↑impartial, ↑impractical, ↑inaccurate, ↑inadequate, ↑inappropriate, ↑incidental, ↑incompatible, ↑incorrect, ↑independent, ↑ineffective, ↑innocent, ↑instrumental, ↑intact, ↑irrelevant, ↑isolated, ↑justifiable, ↑justified, ↑lacking, ↑legitimate, ↑likely, ↑logical, ↑male, ↑misguided, ↑misleading, ↑misplaced, ↑missing, ↑mistaken, ↑naked, ↑negative, ↑new, ↑normal, ↑objective, ↑occupied, ↑one-sided, ↑opposed, ↑optional, ↑plausible, ↑pointless, ↑positive, ↑possible, ↑practical, ↑pragmatic, ↑predictable, ↑preoccupied, ↑preventable, ↑proper, ↑random, ↑rational, ↑reasonable, ↑reliant, ↑respectable, ↑responsible, ↑rigid, ↑safe, ↑secular, ↑self-contained, ↑self-sufficient, ↑selfish, ↑sensible, ↑separable, ↑separate, ↑serious, ↑silent, ↑sincere, ↑sober, ↑subject, ↑subjective, ↑suitable, ↑superficial, ↑supportive, ↑sympathetic, ↑transparent, ↑typical, ↑unacceptable, ↑unaffected, ↑unaware, ↑understandable, ↑unfounded, ↑united, ↑unknown, ↑unnecessary, ↑unnoticed, ↑unprecedented, ↑unreasonable, ↑unscathed, ↑unsuitable, ↑useless, ↑voluntary, ↑worthy, ↑wrong
Entirely is used with these verbs: ↑abandon, ↑abolish, ↑agree, ↑base, ↑cease, ↑concentrate, ↑concur, ↑confine, ↑consist, ↑cover, ↑depend, ↑destroy, ↑devote, ↑disagree, ↑disappear, ↑discard, ↑dismiss, ↑dominate, ↑eliminate, ↑endorse, ↑eradicate, ↑erase, ↑exclude, ↑fill, ↑finance, ↑focus, ↑fund, ↑gear, ↑ignore, ↑lack, ↑neglect, ↑obliterate, ↑omit, ↑overlook, ↑rebuild, ↑rely, ↑remove, ↑replace, ↑rest, ↑rule, ↑surround, ↑transform, ↑vanish

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  • Entirely — En*tire ly, adv. 1. In an entire manner; wholly; completely; fully; as, the trace is entirely lost. [1913 Webster] Euphrates falls not entirely into the Persian Sea. Raleigh. [1913 Webster] 2. Without alloy or mixture; truly; sincerely. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • entirely — index en banc, in toto, purely (positively), solely (singly), wholly Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …   Law dictionary

  • entirely — mid 14c., from ENTIRE (Cf. entire) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …   Etymology dictionary

  • entirely — [adv] completely absolutely, alone, altogether, exclusively, fully, in every respect, only, perfectly, plumb, quite, reservedly, solely, thoroughly, totally, undividedly, uniquely, utterly, well, wholly, without exception, without reservation;… …   New thesaurus

  • entirely — ► ADVERB 1) wholly; completely. 2) solely …   English terms dictionary

  • entirely — [en tīr′lē, intīr′lē] adv. 1. wholly; completely; totally; fully 2. solely; only …   English World dictionary

  • entirely — [[t]ɪnta͟ɪ͟ə(r)li[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADV: ADV adj, ADV with v, ADV with cl/group Entirely means completely and not just partly. ...an entirely new approach... Fraud is an entirely different matter... Their price depended almost entirely on their… …   English dictionary

  • entirely — en|tire|ly [ ın taırli ] adverb *** 1. ) completely, or in every way: Towns only a few miles apart can have entirely different dialects. The task is to be handled entirely by federal employees. The city of Napier was entirely rebuilt after an… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • entirely */*/*/ — UK [ɪnˈtaɪə(r)lɪ] / US [ɪnˈtaɪrlɪ] adverb 1) completely, or in every way Towns only a few miles apart can have entirely different dialects. The task is to be handled entirely by federal employees. The city of Napier was entirely rebuilt after an… …   English dictionary

  • entirely — adverb completely and in every possible way: an entirely different matter | She devoted herself entirely to her research. | consist/depend entirely etc: The programme consists entirely of taped interviews with survivors of the Holocaust …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • entirely — adverb Date: 14th century 1. to the full or entire extent ; completely < I agree entirely > < you are entirely welcome > 2. to the exclusion of others ; solely < entirely by my own efforts > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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