Synonyms of whole in English:

whole


See definition of whole

adjective

1‘they refused to publish the whole report’

SYNONYMS

entire, complete, full, total

unabridged, full-length, uncut, uncondensed, unexpurgated, unreduced, undivided

ANTONYMS

partial, incomplete

2‘they discovered a whole marble mantelpiece’

SYNONYMS

intact, in one piece, sound, unbroken

unimpaired, undamaged, unharmed, unhurt, untouched, uninjured, unscathed, unmutilated, inviolate, flawless, faultless, unmarked, unspoilt, perfect, mint, pristine

ANTONYMS

in pieces, broken


noun

1‘the two movements had been fused into a single whole’

SYNONYMS

entity, unit, body, piece, discrete item, ensemble, combination, package, conglomeration, object

totality, entirety, unity

2‘it may take the whole of the year’

SYNONYMS

all, every part, everything, the lot, the sum, the sum total, the aggregate


Phrases

    on the whole

      ‘on the whole they lived peaceably’

      SYNONYMS

      overall, all in all, all things considered, altogether, taking everything into account, taking everything into consideration, on balance, on average, for the most part, mostly, mainly, in the main, chiefly, principally, predominantly, largely, in general, generally, generally speaking, as a rule, as a general rule, in the general run of things, by and large, to a large extent, to a great degree, basically, substantially, effectively, virtually, to all intents and purposes

      normally, usually, more often than not, almost always, most of the time, habitually, customarily, regularly, typically, ordinarily, commonly