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acquaint, advance, advise, announce, apprise, ballyhoo, bill, blazon, boost, build up.
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Correct spelling:
entire
Definition:
The whole.

Synonyms:

adjective
absolute
complete, consummate, downright, entire, flat out, free, infinite, pure, sheer, simple, supreme, unabridged, unadulterated, unconditional, unlimited, unqualified, utter, freest, no catch, no fine print, no holds barred, no ifs ands or buts, no joke, no strings attached, straight out.
all
any, entire, every, full, greatest, sum, total, totality, whole, bar none, barring no one, each and every, every bit of, every single.
clean
conclusive, decisive, final.
complete
accomplished, all, all over, all-embracing, all-inclusive, attained, collective, complete, comprehensive, concluded, conclusive, done, done with, down, effected, ended, executed, exhaustive, faultless, final, finished, full, full-fledged, hook line and sinker, imperforate, intact, integral, integrated, organic, plenary, realized, replete, solid, sum, sweeping, terminated, thorough, thoroughgoing, through, total, unabridged, uncondensed, uncut, undiminished, undivided, undocked, unexpurgated, unified, unitary, universal, unreduced, whole, Achieved, Whole-length, Compassed, unsevered, unabbreviated, whole-hog, the works, all over but the shouting, fini, finished off, home free, lock stock and barrel, that's it, whole enchilada, whole nine yards, full-dress, round, uncensored.
concentrated
evaporated, fixed, full-bodied, lusty, potent, rich, robust, straight, strong, stuffed, telescoped, thick, thickened, undiluted, unmingled, unmixed, Crashed, Undiffused, boiled down.
dead
bloody, out-and-out, sure, out and out.
entire
absolute, all, all-embracing, all-inclusive, consolidated, continuous, full, full-fledged, full-grown, full-scale, global, gross, holistic, intact, integral, integrated, mass, outright, perfect, plenary, sound, sweeping, tally, thorough, total, unbroken, undamaged, undiminished, undivided, unified, unimpaired, uninjured, unmarked, unmarred, unmitigated, unreserved, unrestricted, untouched, Choate, complete, comprehensive, conclusive, exhaustive, sum, whole.
exclusive
aloof, aristocratic, chic, choice, chosen, circumscribed, clannish, classy, cliquish, closed, confined, country club, discriminative, elegant, fashionable, independent, licensed, limited, narrow, only, particular, peculiar, posh, preferential, private, privileged, prohibitive, restrictive, ritzy, segregated, select, selfish, single, snobbish, sole, swank, unique, upper crust, Exclusionary, Exclusory, socially correct.
good
unmarred.
mere
unadorned, pure and simple.
perfect
perfect, unalloyed.
positive
unconditional.
sound
Undecayed, alive and kicking, in the pink, right as rain, up to snuff, well-constructed, wrapped tight.
united
atomic, coherent, cohesive, coincident, congruent, congruous, elemental, fundamental, homogeneous, indivisible, integrated, irreducible, monolithic, pure, same, simple, single, uniform, united, complete, holistic, intact, integral, solid, undivided, unified.
unmarred
rad, recherche, tip-top, first class, Supereminent, Superexcellent, firstclass, bullier, super-eminent, super-excellent, tip top.
noun
animal
entire, stallion.
entire
full, intact, integral, smooth, stallion, total, uncastrated, whole.
verb
complete
out-and-out.
unified
one.
Examples of usage:
  1. As I was an entire stranger to the countess, I told the woman that I had no answer to give, and she left me. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. The trip North meant sacrifice for the entire family. – Our Nervous Friends Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness by Robert S. Carroll
  3. Three years afterwards came Gargantua proper, the first book of the entire work as we now have it. – A Short History of French Literature by George Saintsbury
  4. It wasn't high, but standing free as it did, it commanded pretty nearly the entire Santa Ysobel district. – The Million-Dollar Suitcase by Alice MacGowan Perry Newberry
  5. This threw the entire charge of house and store on me. – Half a Century by Jane Grey Cannon Swisshelm

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