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Entire is adj. and adverb is 'entirely' thus meaning 'whole' 'total' 'complete', for ex. 'upon being interrogated by Inquestor, he told the entire story of the fact', entirely ''wholly'', ''in full'', etc Or for ex. we say : Let me describe the entire affair'' etc

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