Complete and Entire

Complete

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Complete adjective – Not lacking any part or member that properly belongs to it.
Usage example: a complete deck of cards

Entire is a synonym for complete in whole topic. In some cases you can use "Entire" instead the word "Complete" as an adjective or a noun or a pronoun, when it comes to topics like characteristic, part, quantity, finished. popular alternative
Nearby Words: completely, completed, complement, completion, completeness
Synonyms for Complete

Entire

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Entire adjective – Not divided or scattered among several areas of interest or concern.
Usage example: this matter is important, so please give me your entire attention

Complete is a synonym for entire in whole topic. You can use "Complete" instead the word "Entire" as an adjective or a verb or a pronoun, if it concerns topics such as characteristic, part, full, amount. popular alternative
Nearby Words: entirely, entirety
Synonyms for Entire

Things that words describes

party complete party entire party
plot complete plot entire plot
series complete series entire series
sequence complete sequence entire sequence
Other nouns: scene, show, house, episode, room, plan, world, map, game, battle, history, song, movie.

Both words in one sentence

  • And there’s only two people left on Earth who know the whole truth, complete and entire, because they were there beside him.
  • Hollywood Hacking: A complete and total subversion is arguably the entire point of Dopamine.
  • Team Rocket Wins Then he pointed out to Hex that she had just brought complete and total order to the entire system.
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