noun, plural en·tire·ties.
Examples from the Web for entirety
A dam now in place on the Thai side of the line prevents the railway from being reconstructed in its entirety, he explains.
The idea of banning fraternities has been swirling around for the entirety of 2014.
The negative for The Big Parade is one of only a few from that era to survive in its entirety.How to Save Silent Movies: Inside New Jersey’s Cinema Paradiso|Rich Goldstein|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It nearly covered the entirety of my palm and had a Chinese poem carved on one side, with a bull on the other.
The email in its entirety is published at the end of this post.
This poem did not proceed in its entirety, or at one time, from the imagination of a single individual.
The time-135- was approaching when the great Nibelung drama must be launched in its entirety.Richard Wagner His Life and His Dramas|W. J. Henderson
The production in its entirety is remarkable for the skill which its author displayed in carrying on an argument in verse.
It is too small to see them in their entirety: a mole or a wart absorbs all its vision.Idle Ideas in 1905|Jerome K. Jerome
And then, happily, there came a momentary lapse in the entirety of his egoism.The History of Sir Richard Calmady|Lucas Malet
British Dictionary definitions for entirety
noun plural -ties
Word Origin and History for entirety
also entierty, mid-14c., enterete, from Anglo-French entiertie, Old French entiereté "totality, entirety; integrity, purity," from Latin integritatem (nominative integritas) "completeness, soundness, integrity," from integer (see integer).