entirely in a sentence

There is a special breed of cat which is entirely hairless.

The masses are entirely ignorant of the segregation problem.

It was entirely by chance that I found out what he was doing.

The police are trying to get entirely rid of drunken driving.

System errors can cause your computer to stop working entirely.

Solvency is entirely a matter of temperament and not of income.

The watch is entirely enclosed in plastic to make it waterproof.

The new Toyota Camry features an entirely computerized dashboard.

The polar bear’s diet consists almost entirely of seals and fish.

I don’t care where we eat dinner.

It’s entirely up to you.

The soldier attacked and took the enemy’s position entirely unaided.

The industrial societies of the world are entirely dependent on oil.

The symphony is funded entirely through donations by local businesses.

The movie was filmed entirely within the confines of a local amusement park.

The characteristics of every living thing are entirely determined by its genes.

Any predictions based on an aggregation of the results are entirely speculative.

Police say the killing seems to be a random, entirely motiveless act of violence.

She was able to compute the day’s earnings in a few seconds, entirely in her head.

Our promotions department has decided to try an entirely new advertising strategy.

Kenneth Clark tells us that medieval marriages were entirely a matter of property.

The cat disappeared entirely, except for its grin, which hung in the air above Alice.

Malcolm X was not entirely opposed to the use of violence in the struggle for equal rights.

In 1624, terrible fires swept through Oslo, Norway, and the town had to be entirely rebuilt.

Teachers may some day become redundant if language instruction becomes entirely computerized.

Vikram Seth is the author of a novel called The Golden Gate, which is written entirely in verse.

You must take a least one elective course, but the type of course you choose is entirely optional.