Definition of entirely in English:

entirely

Line breaks: en|tire¦ly
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtʌɪəli
 
, ɛn-/

adverb

1Completely (often used for emphasis): the traffic seemed to consist entirely of black cabs [as submodifier]: we have an entirely different outlook
More example sentences
  • Some only award this double score for a hand consisting entirely of red tiles or black tiles.
  • Both are good solutions to the same problem but aimed at entirely different people.
  • Whether he should send the team out knowing that is a different matter entirely.
Synonyms
altogether, utterly, quite, in every respect, in every way, in all respects, {lock, stock, and barrel};
informal bang, dead, totes
1.1Solely: eight coaches entirely for passenger transport
More example sentences
  • Not that their coach is relying entirely on good organisation to take them further still.
  • It was surprising that such a varied bill could have been supplied entirely by local talent.
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