Also, whole shooting match. See whole ball of wax.
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How to use whole shebang in a sentence
Swelling, pus, the whole shebang; an angry reaction that lasted weeks.
And, of course, the whole shebang can be topped with a dollop of hot cheese.
I grew up wanting the whole shebang: Prince Charming, white picket fence and our cooing angel-faced children.Why I Choose to Be Child-Free: Readers Share Their Stories | Harry Siegel | February 27, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The whole shebang will go to pieces and the boys will be killed.Boy Scouts in the Northwest | G. Harvey Ralphson
That's always the way with me if I go into anything, pretty soon I'm running the whole shebang; I dunno why it is.Seventeen | Booth Tarkington
Then t'other float bobbed up and the whole shebang, car and all, drifted out and down the channel.The Depot Master | Joseph C. Lincoln
Why, the whole shebang wa'n't worth more than two dollars, to buy.Cap'n Dan's Daughter | Joseph C. Lincoln
We got our food out of the big garden planted for the whole shebang.