I am always confused about using Full/entire/complete/whole. For instance
"The whole/entire world is selfish"
"The full/ entire/ complete view is tainted"
" His whole body was shivering" etc.
When in doubt, choose whole. (It is used more often than the others.) I can't think of a rule of thumb for deciding between them, but I'll work on it. As it is it is hard for me to decide why one is used rather than another. For me it is a matter of feel (intuition).
whole ------Tell me the whole story.
complete - It was a complete fabrication.
entire ----- He memorized the entire poem.
Maybe if you see enough examples you can figure out a rule of thumb for yourself.