Synonyms for total:
destroy, abject, flaming, crashing, right, unit, self-contained, stinging, add up to, in depth, crushing, running total, proper, awful, unrelieved, grand total, all-round, arrant, subtotal, run to, totalize, make up, amount to, round, all-around.
spoil, unequivocal, blooming.
totalize, tot up, tot, count up, sum, summate.
numerate, run to, count off.
exhaustive, complete, undivided, plenary, final, universal, finished, solid, intact, entire, conclusive, out-and-out, thorough, all, through, full, unified, uncut, accomplished, collective, sum, unsevered, integral, done, comprehensive, unabridged, whole.
complete, thorough (adjective)
gross, consummate, unlimited, plenary, integral, unqualified, out-and-out, positive, overall, full-scale, entire, whole, sweeping, all-out, thoroughgoing, outright, unmitigated, undivided, absolute, comprehensive, sheer, utter, perfect, full, downright, unconditional, unreserved.
Sense 1 (noun)
in depth, sound.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
grand total, running total, tale.
conclusion, system, evaluation, judgement, quantification, thought, method, consideration, valuation, mathematics, multiplication, triangulation, assessment, measurement, appraisal, supposition, algebra, calculus, deduction, inference, arithmetic, presumption, computation, determination, division, approximation, algorithm, enumeration, calculation, statistics, estimation.
integration, entirety, Allness, solidarity, Everybody, universe, plenum, Collectivity, fullness, exhaustiveness, Everything, totality, Everyone, comprehensiveness, integrity, oneness, completeness, unity, intactness, entireness, thoroughness.
Everything, Allness, intactness, Collectivity, comprehensiveness, entireness.
digest, notebook, annual, history, roster, logbook, book, detail, blank-book, treasury, recount, index, tablet, thesaurus, summary, check, menu, file, manifest, itemization, collection, log, chronicle, novel, registry, Bank book, statement, store, dictionary, calendar, recording, yearbook, catalog, lexicon, documentation, workbook, daybook, scrapbook, repertory, cash book, tabulate, waybill, bill, album, census, pad, table, list, annals, Storybook, record, scroll, diary.
complete, number, tot, tally, add up, gross, whole, aggregate, add, unconditioned, come, unconditional, absolute, totality, full, entire, add together, tot up, sum, amount, tote up, summate, sum up, overall.
add up (verb)
Usage examples for total:
- In the total course of his life he had not made a man his friend, or won the love of a woman. - "The Rangeland Avenger", Max Brand.
- I am a total stranger here. - "A Republic Without a President and Other Stories", Herbert Ward.
- As for Emilia, she was now in total darkness. - "Duffels", Edward Eggleston.