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entierly (not comparable)

  1. Archaic form of entirely.
    • 1774, Charles P. quoted in Publications of the Scottish History Society, page #387:
      Lord John contradicts Mr. Murray entierly as to what he ses about the Regiment, at the same time he gives Murray the best caracter in the world, saying that anything he ces I may depend upon it to be true, Note bene, tho Lord John nose I have had fresh accounts from Middlebury, he does not suspect it was Murray, tho’ he immagins I may have seen him, for he has none of his being in the neibourod.