Related formsho·lis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
Can be confusedholistic wholistic
Examples from the Web for holistic
The plan is to build a holistic cloud operating system for businesses and individuals, enabling a new generation of work and play.
The appeal of this holistic medicine culture does need to be understood better by the modern medical establishment.
Re-evaluating the placement of products in exchanges is just one aspect of this holistic approach to strengthening values.Gagging the Corps: A Marine Commandant’s War on Newsprint|David Abrams|February 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He decided to look for an alternative, holistic, and cheaper way to improve his soil and boost the health of his farm.
But to be credible, it will have to be holistic and persuasive, to address our fears as well as our hopes.
Drawings are holistic units of a complexity difficult to compare to that of a text.
Education needs to shift from the atomistic view that isolates subjects from the whole of reality to a holistic perspective.
Although holism sees human beings as integral organisms, holistic approaches are inclined to have this physical focus.
Holistic therapies, like meditation, are "fringe" therapies.
This is a gain, but also a loss: the holistic meaning of experience vanishes.