Solely vs. Wholly
Difference Between Solely and Wholly
Alone; exclusively.The new chef was solely responsible for attending the grill.
Completely and entirely; to the fullest extent.
without any others being included or involved;was entirely to blamea school devoted entirely to the needs of problem childrenhe works for Mr. Smith exclusivelydid it solely for moneythe burden of proof rests on the prosecution alonea privilege granted only to him
Exclusively and solely.
to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly');he was wholly convincedentirely satisfied with the mealit was completely different from what we expectedwas completely at faulta totally new situationthe directions were all wrongit was not altogether her faultan altogether new approacha whole new idea