Entire and Incomplete

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

Incomplete is an antonym for entire in complete topic.
Nearby Words: entirely, entirety
Antonyms for Entire

Incomplete

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Incomplete adjective – Lacking some necessary part.
Usage example: an incomplete puzzle that has several pieces missing

Entire is an antonym for incomplete.
Nearby Words: incompletely, incompleteness
Antonyms for Incomplete
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Things that words describes

body entire body incomplete body
series entire series incomplete series
episode entire episode incomplete episode
time entire time incomplete time
Other nouns: plan, level, game, story, novel, page.

Both words in one sentence

  • Super-Powered Evil Side A botching of her "smelting" process (as in the entire building and city she was in exploded) resulted in her being incomplete and developing her own personality.
  • We Can Rule Together According to him, his entire plot to rule the world will always be incomplete if Train isn't by his side.
  • He was putting together incomplete and incoherent sentences the entire rest of the video, much to the amusement of the viewers.
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