|a.||1.||Complete in all parts; undivided; undiminished; whole; full and perfect; not deficient; |
|2.||Without mixture or alloy of anything; unqualified; morally whole; pure; faithful.|
|3.||(Bot.) Consisting of a single piece, as a corolla.|
|4.||Not gelded; - said of a horse.|
|2.||(Brewing) A name originally given to a kind of beer combining qualities of different kinds of beer.|
|Noun||1.||entire - uncastrated adult male horse|
|Adj.||1.||entire - constituting the full quantity or extent; complete; "an entire town devastated by an earthquake"; "gave full attention"; "a total failure"|
|2.||entire - constituting the undiminished entirety; lacking nothing essential especially not damaged; "a local motion keepeth bodies integral"- Bacon; "was able to keep the collection entire during his lifetime"; "fought to keep the union intact"|
|3.||entire - (of leaves or petals) having a smooth edge; not broken up into teeth or lobes|
|4.||entire - (used of domestic animals) sexually competent; "an entire horse"|
ENTIRE. That which is not divided; that which is whole.
2. When a contract is entire, it must in general be fully performed, before the party can claim the compensation which was to have been paid to him; for example, when a man hires to serve another for one year, he will not be entitled to leave him at any time before the end of the year, and claim compensation for the time, unless it be done by the consent or default of the party hiring. 6 Verm. R. 35; 2 Pick. R. 267; 4 Pick. R. 103 10 Pick. R. 209; 4 McCord's R. 26, 246; 4 Greenl. R. 454; 2 Penna. R. 454; 15 John. R. 224; 4 Pick. R. 114; 9 Pick. R. 298 19 John. R. 337; 4 McCord, 249; 6 Harr. & John. 38. See Divisible.