entirely : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')
entirely satisfied with the meal
- r without any others being included or involved
was entirely to blame
a school devoted entirely to the needs of problem children
- The patient will neither look entirely like the donor nor entirely like her old self, with bone and soft tissue combining to form a third face entirely.
- Since the blog is written entirely in Japanese, you'll need to view the text through an online translator such as Google.
- Dr Qi Zhou But this week, two groups of scientists in China separately reported that they had created a new kind of mouse grown entirely from a type of stem cell that .
- Robert Gates in Wall Street Journal (blog)
I have every confidence that Gen. Mattis will respond to questions and speak publicly about the matters for which he is responsible in an entirely appropriate way,Gates said.
- Barack Obama in United Press International
If and when a "further accounting" becomes necessary, Congress should look for ways an examination could be done in a bipartisan fashion "outside of the typical hearing process that can sometimes break down and break it entirely along party...
- Roger Goodell in True/Slant
Whether you succeed is entirely in your hands,Goodell wrote in the reinstatement letter. "Needless to say, your margin for error is extremely limited."