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Synonyms

everything

pronoun

all the things, activities etc that are involved in a situation

whole

adjective

all of something

all

adverb

the whole of an amount or every part of something

complete

adjective

including all the parts, details, or features

overall

adjective

including everything

altogether

adverb

used for showing that a total number or amount includes everyone or everything

the sum total

noun

the whole amount of something, especially when it is not very much

all-inclusive

adjective

including everyone or everything, especially all the costs, charges, and services that make up the total price of something

wholesale

adjective

affecting every part of something or every person

all-or-nothing

adjective

involving either the whole of something or none of it

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across

adverb

used for saying that something includes or affects a whole range of people or things

across-the-board

adjective

involving everyone or everything in a place or situation

across the piece

in a way that involves everyone or everything in a place or situation

aggregate

adjective

total

all

adverb

the whole of a situation or problem

all

adverb

used in expressions for referring to every part of a place or surface

all

adverb

every person or thing

all-

prefix

including everything: used with some adjectives and participles to show that something includes everything, or to add emphasis

all-embracing

adjective

including everyone or everything

all present and correct

used for saying that everyone or everything that should be somewhere is in fact there

all told

after everyone or everything in a group has been counted

...and all

used for showing that everything or everyone else is included

...and all

spoken used for showing that you are considering the whole of a situation

anything

pronoun

used when it is not important to say which thing, idea, action etc you are referring to, because what you are saying applies to everything

blanket

adjective

affecting or aimed at everyone or everything equally, even when this is not sensible or fair

broadly

adverb

in a way that includes a large number of people or things

catch-all

adjective

intended to include a lot of different things

comprehensive

adjective

including many details or aspects of something

down to

used for emphasizing that everything or everyone is included, even the smallest thing or the least important person

either side/end/hand etc

each of two sides/ends/hands etc

entirety

noun

the whole of something

everything

pronoun

life in general, or a particular situation

(everything but) the kitchen sink

nearly everything that you own

first/best/most etc of all

used for emphasizing that you mean before anything else/better than anything else/more than anything else etc

from soup to nuts

used for emphasizing that nothing is left out or forgotten

from the ground up

affecting or involving everything or everyone, starting with the most basic things or the least important people

the full measure of something

all of something, or something at its strongest, most powerful etc

the full monty

noun

humorous every possible thing

general

adjective

true for most people, things, or situations, or affecting most of them

global

adjective

including or affecting the whole world

globalized

adjective

including or affecting the whole world

in all

when the whole of an amount or number is included

incl.

abbreviation

inclusive

included

adjective

contained in something as part of the whole

included

adjective

forming part of a group, set, or collection of things

including

preposition

used for mentioning that someone or something is part of a particular group or amount

inclusive

adjective

British including the specific limits that have been mentioned and everything in between

in its/their entirety

with all or everything included

in total

counting everyone or everything

lock, stock, and barrel

including every part of a particular thing, situation, place etc

the lot

noun

the whole of a number or amount that you have just mentioned

omni-

prefix

everywhere, or everything: used with some adjectives

on

adverb

included in a list

overall

adverb

when everything is considered

overall

adverb

when everything is counted or included

overarching

adjective

formal affecting or including everything, and therefore very important

root and branch

involving all parts

spectral

adjective

physics relating to a spectrum

spectrum

noun

the whole range of ideas, qualities, situations etc that are possible

that’s all

used for saying that there is nothing more involved than what you have mentioned

under the sun

used for emphasizing that something includes a very wide range of things

warts and all

everything about a person or situation, even the bad things

the whole...bit/thing

everything that is involved in a particular activity or situation or in being a particular type of person

the whole (kit and) caboodle

everything

the whole megillah

Americaninformal the whole of something, especially something big, long or complicated

the whole nine yards

everything

the whole of

all of something

the whole shebang

all the different parts or aspects of a situation, process, or event

the whole shooting match

everything

the (whole) works

everything

wide

adjective

including or involving many different things or people

wide-ranging

adjective

dealing with a large variety of subjects

wide-ranging

adjective

affecting a large number of people or things

within

adverb

included in the range of things that are possible, reasonable, or allowed

without exception

used for emphasizing that what you are saying applies to everyone or everything

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