Antonyms of ENTIRE

Examples of usage:

  1. With rising anger, Jesus walked slowly around the entire courtyard. "Men Called Him Master" by Elwyn Allen Smith
  2. The whole court rose with him, and in a few minutes the entire place was empty. "The Queen Against Owen" by Allen Upward
  3. The latter, at the most, was not more than twenty miles distant; and, had Dernor been allowed the entire night to travel, he could have safely reached it. "The Riflemen of the Miami" by Edward S. Ellis
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