Entire



[en-tahyuh r] /ɛnˈtaɪər/

adjective
1.
having all the parts or elements; whole; complete:
He wrote the entire novel in only six weeks.
2.
full or thorough:
He has been given entire freedom of choice in this matter.
3.
not broken, mutilated, or decayed; intact:
We were fortunate to find this relic entire.
4.
unimpaired or undiminished:
His entire energies have gone into making the enterprise a success.
5.
being wholly of one piece; undivided; continuous:
The entire mood of the symphony was joyful.
6.
Botany. without notches or indentations, as leaves.
7.
not gelded:
an entire horse.
8.
Obsolete. wholly of one kind; unmixed or pure.
noun
9.
Archaic. the whole; .
10.
an ungelded animal, especially a stallion.
/ɪnˈtaɪə/
adjective
1.
(prenominal) whole; complete: the entire project is going well
2.
(prenominal) without reservation or exception; total: you have my entire support
3.
not broken or damaged; intact
4.
consisting of a single piece or section; undivided; continuous
5.
(of leaves, petals, etc) having a smooth margin not broken up into teeth or lobes
6.
not castrated: an entire horse
7.
(obsolete) of one substance or kind; unmixed; pure
noun
8.
a less common word for entirety
9.
an uncastrated horse
10.
(philately)

adj.

late 14c., from Old French entier “whole, unbroken, intact, complete,” from Latin integrum (nominative integer; see integer).

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