Having no part excluded or left out; whole: I read the entire book. See Synonyms at whole. (adjective)
With no reservations or limitations; complete: gave us his entire attention. (adjective)
All in one piece; intact. (adjective)
Of one piece; continuous. (adjective)
Not castrated. (adjective)
Botany Not having an indented margin: an entire leaf. (adjective)
Unmixed or unalloyed; pure or homogenous. (adjective)
The whole; the entirety. (noun)
An uncastrated horse; a stallion. (noun)
Examples of word entire
The masked Queen pictured in the first issue was Manfred Lee, and by Lee's account, in a 1969 letter to _The Armchair Detective, _ the two shared the workload: "[W] e were its entire staff -- you read me -- _entire; _ we did not even have a secretary.
Now when he has won the title entire nation, tennis loves and his family feeling so proud of him.
Halsted had operated on enough women and extracted enough tumors to create what he called an entire “cancer storehouse” at Hopkins.
There are countless dramas within this leela, which I define as the entire theatre of life and all its forms.
I called the entire abortion problem a tragedy at the Princeton conference, and I stand by it.