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Things entire often describes (“entire ________”)
system, population, body, world, life, length, process, area, period, family, country, community, group, range, surface, region, nation, structure, year, day, history, field, universe, class, program, book, force, city, army, course, set, industry, project, staff, career, organization, series, section, story, operation, amount, spectrum, economy, chapter, absence, company, cycle, confidence, issue, village, mass, team, building, volume, sequence, network, procedure, contents, cost, race, sample, plant, collection, satisfaction, scene, text, manuscript, continent, generation, list, complex, wall, coast, territory, town, week, floor, district, unit, front, families, crew, block

Descriptive words:
more, most, simple, alternate, opposite, oblong, long, pretty, left, anal, small, quite, large, ovate, lanceolate, very, whole, upper, oval, smooth, acuminate, lower, obtuse, broad, wide, shaped, narrow, less, ovary, short, acute, linear, sessile, pallial, thin, outer, complete, coriaceous, petiolate, printed, obovate, aperture, posterior, circular, petioled, thick, preopercle, cordate, burnt, lateral, perfect, inner, leaves, front, apex, female, occupied, ever, latter, green, dorsal, nasal, elliptic, longer, radical, rounded, tolerably, anterior, exstipulate, dead, joint, extant

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Book See entire used in context: 46 rhymes, 8 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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