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Synonyms for everything



  • all
  • the whole
  • the total
  • the lot
  • the sum
  • the whole lot
  • the aggregate
  • the entirety
  • each thing
  • the whole caboodle
  • the whole kit and caboodle

Synonyms for everything

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

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You are the best actress we've got, and there'll be an end of everything if you quit the boards," said Jo.
Everything in this den is comfortable and convenient, and I have, as I say, a window to myself.
Further, primary substances are most properly so called, because they underlie and are the subjects of everything else.
Crawford went into Norfolk before or after the 14th was certainly no concern of hers, though, everything considered, she thought he would go without delay.
Everything that sleep gives birth to that is lovely, its fairy scenes, its flowers and nectar, the wild voluptuousness or profound repose of the senses, had the painter elaborated on his frescoes.
There is everything to be done," said Lydgate, with abrupt energy.
But in the Emerald City everything is green that is purple here.
It all came as a surprise to me--the toast and everything connected with it.
There's everything in seeing Hilda while she's fresh in a part.
Everything that was handsome seemed ten times handsomer and less attractive in the glaring splendor; and everything that was ugly seemed ten times uglier, and everything was either handsome or ugly.
I knew all that a steadfast love means, the love that delights to find a pleasure in self-sacrifice; in everything I did my first thought would always be for the woman I loved.
This, however, is my blessing: to stand above everything as its own heaven, its round roof, its azure bell and eternal security: and blessed is he who thus blesseth!
But many a little close carriage has stopped at that door, as my informant (little Tom Eaves, who knows everything, and who showed me the place) told me.
he muttered, recalling everything that had happened.
She told him, as she had told Bud Strothers, that everything was all right, that she needed nothing, that she could get along comfortably until Billy came out.
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