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Exclusivity EmphasisPlay
Use 'entire' to stress that nothing was excluded from an event or situation. SlideHe dedicated his entire focus to the project.
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Temporal StretchPlay
'Entire' often indicates an action or state lasted for the full length of a time period. SlideIt rained for the entire month of March.
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Preceding QuantityPlay
'Entire' precedes nouns that represent a complete amount or the totality of something. SlideShe read the entire book in one evening.