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Adjective
Constituting or referring to all of something
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“Members of the public demanded to see the whole report.”
Adjective
In one piece
“I used to consume a whole chocolate bar back in the days when I had a sweet tooth.”
Adjective
In an undamaged state
“Their faith has remained whole despite the numerous setbacks.”
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Containing the maximum possible amount of that which can fit in the space available
“We still have two whole bottles of milk in the refrigerator.”
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In good health
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“I was really fatigued yesterday but after a good night's rest, I feel whole again.”
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Not processed to remove impurities or unwanted elements
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Devoted completely to one object
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Free from flaws, defects or errors
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Large in magnitude or number
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Absolute or unmitigated
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Prevalent over a whole place, community, country, or the world, especially of a disease
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(of food) Recently procured or harvested
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Reliable and unfailing
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Restored to working order
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Unable to be separated or treated separately
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Having healthy and sound mental faculties
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Having a high concentration of an essential or active ingredient
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The whole of something
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“It may take the whole of the year to complete this project.”
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A thing that is complete in itself
“The array of fascinating details would fall together into an enjoyable, coherent whole.”
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A high, typically exaggerated, amount of something
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A comprehensive collection or compilation, incorporating the entirety of a subject
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The combination of components or elements to form a connected whole
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Something regarded as single and complete but which can also be part of a larger whole
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A cereal grain that contains cereal germ, endosperm, and bran, in contrast to refined grains
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A connection or linkage between two or more things
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The way in which the elements of a whole are arranged
Adverb
In an undivided or unbroken piece
“I was so hungry that I ate the slice of cheesecake whole!”
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