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grand total

noun

the sum of all other totals; the final amount

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  • Each loss is but an instalment of the grand total of his ruin, and you have contracted for that.

    Arthur O'Leary Charles James Lever
  • But that made a grand total of some thirty-five thousand people.

    The Penal Cluster Ivar Jorgensen (AKA Randall Garrett)
  • But the grand total will lean ever more and more to righteousness.

    Our Part in the Great War Arthur Gleason
  • The equipment, in other words, reached the grand total of 106 lamps.

  • Was he a better man in the composite, in the grand total of manhood?

    Under Handicap Jackson Gregory

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