Repeating an embellished story before a grand jury while under oath is an entirely different matter.
In 2011, they came within inches of forcing an entirely unnecessary government default.
For many of us, she seemed two-dimensional—admirable, no doubt, in a slightly chilling way, but not entirely human.
This was an abrupt indictment of the entirely extravagant, overly commercialized, highly politicized institution of marriage.
But what the papers told him was alarming: that Britain is sliding towards an entirely new kind of surveillance society.
Conroy said so afterwards and Babberly entirely agreed with him.
It must certainly be some entirely private, some family affair.
I almost had the ball, but my side hurt me so that I missed it entirely.
It was strange that she should so entirely forget that there was to be an election soon.
Racksole observed with satisfaction that Mr Hazell was entirely at his ease.