entirely

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Adverb[change]

Positive
entirely

Comparative
none

Superlative
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  1. Entirely refers to the full extent of doing something. It is another word for totally or completely.
    It is entirely up to you on how you intend to get help for your project. I am only here to give advice.
  2. When something is done entirely by a group of people, it is exclusive to them only.
    This project was done entirely by me, I did not ask for help from anyone else.
    This place is used entirely by the workers as they have a party today. Everyone else would have to find somewhere else to go to.