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Synonyms for all

the whole amount

Synonyms

  • the whole amount
  • everything
  • the whole
  • the total
  • the sum
  • the total amount
  • the aggregate
  • the totality
  • the sum total
  • the entirety
  • the entire amount
  • the complete amount

every

Synonyms

the whole lot

Synonyms

  • the whole lot
  • every one
  • each and every one

each and every one

Synonyms

  • each and every one
  • each one
  • every one
  • the whole lot

all along

Synonyms

  • the whole time
  • from start to finish

in total

Synonyms

  • in total
  • in all
  • on aggregate
  • in sum
  • in entirety

all there

Synonyms

Synonyms for all

including every constituent or individual

an amount or quantity from which nothing is left out or held back

Synonyms for all

quantifier

Antonyms

completely given to or absorbed by

Related Words

to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent ('whole' is often used informally for 'wholly')

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They circled all around the cavern, keeping a good distance away from the blinking yellow eyes of the dragonettes, and presently discovered that there were two paths leading from the wall opposite to the place where they had entered.
In the dollar division, Brigit Donohue, of Clinton, came in second all around with a 36.
Stand pineapple up on a cutting board and, using a sharp knife, cut skin off pineapple going down sides and then all around pineapple (following the form of the pineapple, cut off in strips from top to bottom) so you end up with one tall piece that looks like a log.
In this scenario, Uranus and Neptune were knocked into the Kuiper belt, scattering dust all around the solar system (SN: 5/28/05, p.
Wood and his group then graded the area to remove ruts and improve drainage before creating a new fire ring with a steel bowl and mortared rocks all around to keep it in place.
Streets all around the Antelope Valley looked like rivers, backing up traffic and contributing to crashes.
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