Synonyms of whole in English:

whole

adjective

  • 1 the whole report
    [Antonyms] incomplete
  • 2 they unearthed a whole humanoid skull
    intact, in one piece, unbroken; undamaged, unmarked, perfect
  • noun

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  • 1 a single whole
    entity, unit, body, discrete item, ensemble
  • 2 the whole of the year
    all, every part, the lot, the sum, the sum total, the entirety
  • Phrases

    on the whole

    on the whole, they lived peaceablyoverallall in allall things consideredfor the most partin the mainin generalgenerallygenerally speakingas a ruleas a general ruleby and largenormallyusuallymore often than notalmost alwaysmost of the timetypicallyordinarily

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