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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

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the whole lot

Synonyms

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

each and every one

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  • 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

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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

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

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As I noted in my article, I called the All Kinds of Minds Institute specifically to ask for more research-oriented publications and was directed to (among others) Developmental Variation and Learning Disorders, to which Harman refers (although I read the 1999 second edition, not the first edition she mentions).
Salaam: Like in Home on the Range and Experimental Death Unit, you have people talking all kinds of stuff.
They were symbolic representations of all kinds of "unconscious feelings", like "discouragement" or frustrated "assertiveness".
When that reporting is done, as you mentioned, there's all kinds of concern.
Finally, he even suggests adding satire and humor to traditional news coverage, as well as "news fiction" (like The West Wing), all to help make the news interesting and accessible to all kinds of people.
You always come back to them; the story is intercut so that all kinds of things go on, but you always come back to them.
A major resource for me has been the historical avant-garde, which has provided all kinds of examples of how to link information.
And that openness puts a terrible burden on the species, on our capacity not just for simple evil but for all kinds of self-deception and illusions.
All kinds of uncontrollable events that may have a profound role in making us who we are.
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