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His whole body was trembling.
My whole family came to watch me playing in the concert.
The whole process will take months.
Come on, let's just forget the whole thing.
She told Tilly the whole story about what had happened.
There is a whole range of therapies that may be suitable.
I feel a whole lot better today.
We've had a whole host of problems.
They're the best icecreams in the whole world.
This is the British English definition of whole. View American English definition of whole.
someone who admires a famous person such as a political or religious leader and is influenced by...