Also, whole shooting match. See whole ball of wax.
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full, complete, broad, global, overall, thorough, far-reaching, all-inclusive, encyclopedic, sweeping, extensive, exhaustive, entity, all, business, lot, catholic, umbrella, blanket, general
- whole nine yards, the,
- whole note,
- whole number,
- whole numbers,
- whole rest,
- whole sister,
- whole snipe,
- whole step,
- whole tone,
- whole-body counter
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