English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'entirely'

(adverb) 
The two cases are entirely different.
Synonyms
completely
Dozens of flats have been completely destroyed.
I have fallen completely in love with him.
,
totally
Young people want something totally different from the old ways.
,
perfectly
These mushrooms are perfectly safe to eat.
,
absolutely
She is absolutely right.
,
fully
She was fully aware of my thoughts.
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altogether
The choice of language is altogether different.
,
thoroughly
We returned home thoroughly contented.
,
wholly
The accusation is wholly without foundation.
,
utterly
The new laws coming in are utterly ridiculous.
,
every inch
,
without exception
,
unreservedly
,
in every respect
,
without reservation
men whose work I admire without reservation
,
lock, stock and barrel
Opposites
, , , , ,
incompletely
,
to a certain extent or degree
(adverb) 
The whole episode was entirely my fault.
Synonyms
only
Computers are only for use by class members.
,
exclusively
This is still an exclusively male domain.
,
solely
Too often we make decisions based solely on what we see in magazines.

Additional synonyms

in the sense of absolutely
Definition
completely or perfectly
She is absolutely right.
Synonyms
consummately,
every inch,
a hundred per cent,
one hundred per cent,
unmitigatedly,
lock, stock and barrel
in the sense of altogether
Definition
completely
The choice of language is altogether different.
Synonyms
all,
comprehensively,
every inch,
one hundred per cent (informal),
in every respect,
al2gethr
in the sense of exclusively
This is still an exclusively male domain.
Synonyms

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