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entirety

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishentiretyen‧tir‧e‧ty /ɪnˈtaɪərəti $ -ˈtaɪr-/ noun formal  1 in its/their entirety2 the entirety of something
Examples from the Corpus
entiretyHe could not support the motion in its entirety.However, the name he was looking for was there in its entirety.Under current law, the president is required to either sign or veto in its entirety any legislation that reaches his desk.They directly affect the entirety of social relations in different societies.But the 1994 matches will be televised live in their entirety, officials said.Of the sections I read in their entirety the coverage is somewhat variable.It surely ought to consider moving its operations to the Strand in their entirety.
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