Entirety synonyms and antonyms

ĕn-tī'rĭ-tē, -tīr'tē

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The time of complete shadow or coverage during an eclipse
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Abundance; plenty
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The state or condition of being complete
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A collective whole
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The state or quality of being collective.
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The condition of being intact
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The quality or state of being full
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The property of being universal, common to all members of a class
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The definition of an ensemble is two or more people or things that function together as a whole.
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The whole amount or number; sum; aggregate
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Aggregate is defined as a complete amount.
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The result of adding numbers or quantities. The sum of 6 and 9, for example, is 15, and the sum of 4 x and 5 x is 9 x.
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The entire amount, quantity, extent, or sum; totality
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A number that compares part of an object or a set with the whole, especially the quotient of two whole numbers written in the form a/b . The fraction1 /2 , which means 1 divided by 2, can represent such things as 10 pencils out of a box of 20, or 50 cents out of a dollar.
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(Informal) A cesarean section.
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(Mathematics, dated) A factor.
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A totality; whole
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The state or condition of being not complete.
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Particular fondness or liking
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There is no clear answer to what is ethical or to what ethical behavior is. Many turn to religion or to the law to give guidance as to ethical behavior.
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Sameness of character:
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The quality of something considered as a whole.
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The most important thing
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The entire body or amount, as of income, before necessary deductions have been made.
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The condition of being integral
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An amount or quantity from which nothing is left out or held back
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Find another word for entirety. In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for entirety, like: totality, plenitude, completeness, collectivity, collectiveness, intactness, fullness, entireness, allness, universality and ensemble.