Entirety [noun]

Definition of Entirety:

wholeness, whole

Opposite/Antonyms of Entirety:

Sentence/Example of Entirety:

To hear from NBA commissioner Adam Silver, Andre Iguodala of the Miami Heat, and more analysis from Lashinsky, listen to the episode in its entirety.

This has to do with agriculture, with ranching, with the entirety of the way we run civilization.

Meryl Streep as Julia Child may go down as one of the best casting choices of the century, but the entirety of Julie & Julia — written and directed by Nora Ephron — is just as delightful.

There is a catch for the television series—only the first episode of the first season can be viewed—but movies can be viewed in their entirety.

Wedbush Securities analyst Daniel Ives estimates Apple’s services division by itself is worth about $750 billion — about the same as Facebook currently is in its entirety.

It's seeing people and objects in their weird entirety, in their true and complete shapes, that is so distressing.

The bill is read in its entirety when its turn comes on the calendar and the "Patron" explains carefully its contents.

Therefore regard must always be had for the thought,—that it may be expressed in its perfect fullness and entirety.

Though itself were a single being, this its thought divided the unity because of its inability to grasp it in its entirety.

From an atom that went to make up the motive power of a great metropolis, he himself became an entirety.