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Whole

Antonyms for whole:

diversified, unhealthy, imperfect, partial, injured, half, sick, narrow, deficient, incomplete, fractional, part.

Synonyms for whole:

Sense 1

included, broadly, untouched, organism, Anything, gestalt, amount, overall, genuine, virginal, wide, overarching, habitable, detail, general, candidate, wide-ranging, within, the full monty, across the board, globalized, catch-all, perfect, number, inhabitable, well, Including, untainted, effort, unmarred, spectrum, bloody, the sum total, asunder, shipshape, inseparable.

Sense 2

normal, unsullied, unswerving, resistant, piece, worn, item, sound, synthesis, object, concentrated, well-preserved, score, blanket, across, lot, uninjured, complement, wholesale.

Sense 3

healthful, stuff, flawless, construct, article.

Sense 4

on, unblemished, intensive, exclusive, entity.

Sense 5

thing, wholesome, affair.

Sense 6

pure.

Sense 7

body.

Sense 8

round.

Sense 11

right, work, good.

conclusion

long and short of it.

cosmos

macrocosm.

full-page

full page.

greatest

utmost.

independent

self-contained.

integral

integer.

pile

heap.

sum

aggregate.

total

count.

unabridged

unabbreviated.

unbroken

inviolate.

uninjured

undamaged, unimpaired, all-right.

whole

unbroken.

all (adjective)

entire.

all right (adjective)

healthy.

clean (adjective)

final.

complete (adjective)

intact, collective, full, conclusive, accomplished, done, final, finished, unified, thorough, all, uncut, solid, entire, exhaustive, plenary, integral, unabbreviated, through, universal, sum, unabridged, total, unsevered, round, undivided, comprehensive, complete.

entire (adjective)

global, all-embracing, full-scale, mass, tally, holistic, all-inclusive, full-grown, gross, sweeping, full-fledged.

good (adjective)

unmarred.

healthy (adjective)

safe and sound, well, healthy.

inclusive (adjective)

comprehensive.

perfect (adjective)

consummate.

positive (adjective)

unconditional.

stable (adjective)

indissoluble.

unhurt (adjective)

unhurt.

whole (adjective)

full-length, unhurt, unimpaired, wholesome, solid, able-bodied, concentrated, gross, consummate, hearty, right, integral, perfect, robust, complete, flawless, unscathed, inclusive, unharmed, undamaged, exhaustive, unmarred, uninjured, good, full, hale, unabridged, intact, sound, exclusive, accomplished, uncut, untouched, well, unabbreviated, total, aggregate, inviolate, plenary, strong, all, thorough, fit, undivided, conclusive.

Sense 3 (noun)

bloody, well.

Sense 5 (noun)

untainted, well-preserved.

Sense 6 (noun)

intensive, unswerving, exclusive, concentrated.

Sense 7 (noun)

good, round.

Sense 8 (noun)

flawless, unblemished.

Sense 9 (noun)

right, wholesome, healthful, fit.

aggregate (noun)

heap, mass.

amount (noun)

score.

collection (noun)

aggregation, ensemble, aggregate.

completeness (noun)

integration, totality, universe, unity, Allness, thoroughness, integrity, oneness, plenum, intactness, fullness, solidarity, Everything, comprehensiveness, completeness, entireness, Everyone, Collectivity, exhaustiveness, entirety, Everybody.

entirety (noun)

universality, Everything, totality, ensemble.

tops (noun)

unit.

universe (noun)

macrocosm.

whole (noun)

entity, unity, ensemble, completely, fullness, all, livelong, healthy, oneness, totally, whole thing, piece, entirety, altogether, amount, hale, entirely, total, totality, organism, full, unit, full-length, lot, undivided, wholly, full page, Everything, intact, aggregation, entire, integral, Collectivity, sum, body.

including (verb)

inclusive.

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