Definition of "entire"
  1. Referenced when there's something that cannot be separated into individual components and exists as a whole, unbroken piece
How to use "entire" in a sentence
  1. The entire contract was binding and couldn't be separated into distinct provisions.
  2. The judge had to review the entire case file to understand the context completely.
  3. They discussed the entire property, not focusing on just the house but also the land it stood on.

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