Etymology
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entirety (n.)

"wholeness, completeness, state of being entire or whole," also entierty, mid-14c., enterete, intierty, from Anglo-French entiertie, Old French entiereté "totality, entirety; integrity, purity," from Latin integritatem (nominative integritas) "completeness, soundness, integrity," from integer (see integer).

updated on October 16, 2019

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Definitions of entirety from WordNet

entirety (n.)
the state of being total and complete;
he read the article in its entirety
Synonyms: entireness / integrality / totality
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