Whole [adjective]

Definition of Whole:

entire, complete

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Opposite/Antonyms of Whole:

Sentence/Example of Whole:

If it may be avoided, I will not see the whole of your youth consumed in anxious watchings.

During the whole of the ensuing day, Paralus continued in a deep sleep.

The whole rested on a golden image of Atlas, bending beneath the weight.

In fact, a large portion of the whole book was built on that anecdote.

I've got a New York paper giving an account of the whole thing.

I think, on the whole, I shan't be obliged to learn to braid straw.

Now it assembles the blossoms of a whole long year to bewilder and allure.

He had the air of laying at her feet, as a rug, the whole glorious history of France.

It proved to be a sign some twenty feet high and a whole block long.

Whole tribes and clans were wiped out by hunger and cold and want.