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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')

References in classic literature ?
Her voice dropped into the solemnity of the all- important line,
of the well-horsed Hyperboreans -- whom Earth the all- nourishing bare far off by the tumbling streams of deep-flowing Eridanus.
Either must he attain the treasure--for so ran the inexorable logic of the shadow-land of the unconscious--or else sink into the all- devouring sea, the blackness eater of the light that swallowed to extinction the sun each night .
Such happiness is only possible for a young man who is ignorant of the world, who knows nothing as yet of its accepted codes nor of the strength of prejudice; but while it lasts, his happiness is as all- absorbing as a child's.
But now, every thing he did, even to the lifting of his finger or the eating of bread, looks large, all- related, and is called an institution.
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