1 adv Entirely means completely and not just partly.
ADV adj, ADV with v, ADV with cl/group
...an entirely new approach..., Fraud is an entirely different matter..., Their price depended almost entirely on their scarcity...
2 adv Entirely is also used to emphasize what you are saying.
ADV with v, ADV group (emphasis)
I agree entirely..., Oh, the whole episode was entirely his fault.
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