entirely

Entirely vs Plenteously - What's the difference?

entirely | plenteously | Related terms |

Entirely is a related term of plenteously.


As adverbs the difference between entirely and plenteously

is that entirely is to the full or entire extent while plenteously is (archaic) copiously; plentifully; in abundance.

Passionately vs Entirely - What's the difference?

passionately | entirely | Related terms |

Passionately is a related term of entirely.


As adverbs the difference between passionately and entirely

is that passionately is in a passionate manner while entirely is to the full or entire extent.

Just vs Entirely - What's the difference?

just | entirely | Related terms |

Just is a related term of entirely.


As a proper noun just

is , cognate to english justus.

As an adverb entirely is

to the full or entire extent.

Entirely vs Perfectly - What's the difference?

entirely | perfectly | Related terms |

Entirely is a related term of perfectly.


As adverbs the difference between entirely and perfectly

is that entirely is to the full or entire extent while perfectly is with perfection.

Dreadfully vs Entirely - What's the difference?

dreadfully | entirely |


As adverbs the difference between dreadfully and entirely

is that dreadfully is in a dreadful manner while entirely is to the full or entire extent.

Entirely vs Copiously - What's the difference?

entirely | copiously | Related terms |

Entirely is a related term of copiously.


As adverbs the difference between entirely and copiously

is that entirely is to the full or entire extent while copiously is in a copious manner.

Entirely vs Abundantly - What's the difference?

entirely | abundantly | Related terms |

Entirely is a related term of abundantly.


As adverbs the difference between entirely and abundantly

is that entirely is to the full or entire extent while abundantly is in an abundant manner; in a sufficient degree; fully; amply; plentifully; in large measure .

Forever vs Entirely - What's the difference?

forever | entirely |


As adverbs the difference between forever and entirely

is that forever is (duration) for all time, for all eternity; for an infinite amount of time while entirely is to the full or entire extent.

As a noun forever

is an extremely long time.

Entirely vs Freely - What's the difference?

entirely | freely |


As adverbs the difference between entirely and freely

is that entirely is to the full or entire extent while freely is in a free manner.

As an adjective freely is

free; frank.

Entirely vs Surprise - What's the difference?

entirely | surprise |


As an adverb entirely

is to the full or entire extent.

As a noun surprise is

something not expected.

As a verb surprise is

to cause (someone) to feel unusually alarmed or delighted.

As an adjective surprise is

unexpected.

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