noun, plural to·tal·i·ties.
- totally ordered set
Origin of totality
Examples from the Web for totality
In any case, culling a manageable array from the totality of splendid volumes has with each year become more difficult.
In the case of Darren Sharper we will see how the courts and public perceptions treat his totality.Can Darren Sharper Beat His Rape Rap With the Kobe Defense?|Eboni K. Williams|March 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
From that limited contact he imagines the totality of their life together, every touch, glimpse, insecurity, and kindness.This Week’s Hot Reads: ‘The Bridge of Beyond,’ ‘The Virgins,’ ‘Holy Orders’|Sarah Stodola|August 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Given this totality, public distrust of Washington should come as no surprise.
How do we capture the totality of the thing in a handful of words?Fire and Forget: After Homecoming, Veterans Collect Stories of War|Roy Scranton|November 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Whether we speak of creation or posit an uncreated matter, it is the totality of the universe that we are considering at once.Creative Evolution|Henri Bergson
The totality of the line of morphogenetic facts can easily be resolved into a great number of distinct processes.The Science and Philosophy of the Organism|Hans Driesch
But love with understanding and understanding with love is mind, and mind is the totality of man as such—the total man.The Essence of Christianity|Ludwig Feuerbach
Shackelton, in Novaya Zemlya, with a prismatic camera obtained a photograph of the reversing-layer at the beginning of totality.
The eclipse began before moonrise, and the middle of the totality appears to have occurred at 9h.The Story of Eclipses|George Chambers