Entire and Partially

Entire

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Entire adverb – To a full extent or degree.
Usage example: a shocking revelation that would destroy entire the false little world that she had carefully constructed for herself

Partially is an antonym for entire.
Nearby Words: entirely, entirety
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Partially

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Partially adverb – In some measure or degree.
Entire is an antonym for partially.
Nearby Words: part, partial, partiality, partly
Antonyms for Partially
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  • Nope. Thus, an entire series is born from, and partially running on an idiot plot.
  • This later came back to bite him, as the general Mi Fang (whose sister had been one of Liu Bei's wives), was willing to betray an entire city partially out of anger at Liu's treatment of his sister.
  • Video Game / PAYDAY 2 Partially averted for multi-day heists; you receive XP for each day completed, regardless of completion of the entire heist.
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