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What is another word for whole?

564 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[h_ˈəʊ_l], [hˈə͡ʊl], [hˈə‍ʊl]
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Synonyms for Whole:

complete (adjective) entire (adjective) completeness (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Whole:

  • whone,
  • whille,
  • wholse,
  • voley,
  • vihcle,
  • whooo,
  • wholey,
  • wooble,
  • worly,
  • whhel,
  • wofle,
  • whilr,
  • whila,
  • wholel,
  • whileit,
  • willoe,
  • woble,
  • wooley,
  • whorlet,
  • wole,
  • whoem,
  • shole,
  • whoe,
  • welle,
  • walue,
  • whril,
  • whelt,
  • woulc,
  • whoed,
  • whyole,
  • woulr,
  • whilehe,
  • wioll,
  • whaile,
  • whyll,
  • lohle,
  • whoke,
  • wolde,
  • whyal,
  • whileyou,
  • wholely,
  • whlen,
  • whoen,
  • wholr,
  • whould,
  • wilol,
  • wholed,
  • whoooo,
  • swole,
  • whiloe,
  • wohl,
  • whove,
  • wjile,
  • weele,
  • whiel,
  • awhole,
  • whol,
  • whuld,
  • wohle,
  • vehcle,
  • wihle,
  • whiule,
  • walle,
  • whle,
  • whikle,
  • whouls,
  • wohoo,
  • whokle,
  • whicle,
  • whioe,
  • whoelser,
  • wheely,
  • whill,
  • whome,
  • whql,
  • whlie,
  • wille,
  • hwile,
  • whisle,
  • wheeel,
  • woule,
  • wouel,
  • whoal,
  • wholke,
  • whoch,
  • wythwille,
  • wouil,
  • whule,
  • whealer,
  • whala,
  • who'se,
  • whoie,
  • whitle,
  • whilew,
  • wheller,
  • whiler,
  • waile,
  • whlole,
  • whuile,
  • wahol,
  • weoll,
  • warley,
  • wwhile,
  • whhole,
  • whoof,
  • whiile,
  • wheell,
  • whote,
  • woull,
  • whilee,
  • whilte,
  • shoule,
  • wholeway,
  • whope,
  • ahwile,
  • weezle,
  • worhol,
  • whalk,
  • whgile,
  • whilc,
  • woulbe,
  • whoule,
  • wolume,
  • wheele,
  • whoole,
  • wahile,
  • viehele,
  • whele,
  • whoelse,
  • whoer,
  • woalk,
  • wholl,
  • wehile,
  • wholde,
  • whple,
  • welome,
  • whilel,
  • vechele,
  • woolie,
  • whjile,
  • whily,
  • wghile,
  • whoile,
  • whilse,
  • whold,
  • whall,
  • wuile,
  • whlile,
  • whooe,
  • whollop,
  • ewhole,
  • wholeale,
  • wuote,
  • whelie,
  • who'e,
  • wolve,
  • whiole,
  • woill,
  • wholley,
  • weeley,
  • who0le,
  • wihile,
  • woulb,
  • wheicle,
  • werel,
  • vehchle,
  • woul've,
  • whilw,
  • whalla,
  • qhole,
  • wilow,
  • whiele,
  • vehclie,
  • whollely,
  • whwer,
  • woula,
  • whlle,
  • chole,
  • whilch,
  • whihle,
  • whiie,
  • ehole,
  • wholw,
  • whosle,
  • wheler,
  • welol,
  • ahole,
  • whola,
  • wholy,
  • whilein,
  • whirle,
  • volue,
  • vehcel,
  • whilei,
  • wolle,
  • whell,
  • whilke,
  • whoel,
  • whwile,
  • wholew,
  • whooly,
  • hwole,
  • wheil,
  • whilre,
  • whoopla,
  • worll,
  • wholfe,
  • whsoe,
  • whool,
  • whelth,
  • worle,
  • whail,
  • whoul,
  • whoesale,
  • wholoe,
  • wholle,
  • whowl,
  • whhile,
  • weeler,
  • wholwe,
  • whork,
  • whowill,
  • whloe,
  • whili,
  • wholee,
  • whiohc,
  • whilie,
  • wheile,
  • wioul,
  • whichl,
  • whyle,
  • whtile,
  • wffle,
  • chloe,
  • whalley,
  • vechale,
  • weler,
  • webley,
  • wheli,
  • whoihc,
  • whilen,
  • whilwe,
  • whillen,
  • who'l,
  • wholre,
  • wholf,
  • whooer,
  • worler,
  • whorld.

Rhymes for Whole:

  1. goal, bowl, pole, poll, sol, dhole, coal, role, droll, hole, sole, knoll, stroll, seoul, troll, soul, stole, mole, scroll, toll, cole, bole, thole, shoal, dole, roll;
  2. enroll, extol, parole, patrol, unroll, control, console, cajole;
  3. self-control;

Quotes for Whole:

  1. The one excellent thing that can be learned from a lion is that whatever a man intends doing should be done by him with a whole -hearted and strenuous effort. Chanakya.
  2. I ask, sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people except for a few public officials. George Mason.
  3. By reading the scriptures I am so renewed that all nature seems renewed around me and with me. The sky seems to be a pure, a cooler blue, the trees a deeper green. The whole world is charged with the glory of God and I feel fire and music under my feet. Thomas Merton.

Idioms of Whole:

  1. go whole hog;
  2. Half the truth is often a whole lie.;
  3. whole kit and caboodle;
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