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Meanings of Whole-number:

noun

A number, such as 1, 17, or 3126, that has no fractions and does not contain a decimal point; an integer

Meanings of Whole-thing:

noun

A device, product, or part of nature that is not named

Usage examples:

There’s a new thing that seals plastic bags., there are some nice things in the stores on sale righ…

Meanings of Whole-world:

idiom

To think you are extremely important

Usage examples:

The trouble with john is he thinks the whole world revolves around him.

Wholefood

ˈhəʊl.fuːd

Meanings of Wholefood:

noun

Food that has been processed or refined as little as possible and is free from additives or other artificial substances.

Usage examples:

A wholefood diet

Meanings of Wholehearted:

adjective

Showing or characterized by complete sincerity and commitment.

Usage examples:

You have my wholehearted support

Meanings of Wholeheartedly:

adverb

With complete sincerity and commitment.

Usage examples:

I wholeheartedly support your campaign

Meanings of Wholemeal:

adjective

Denoting flour or bread made from whole grains of wheat, including the husk or outer layer.

Usage examples:

The problem with ‘granary’ bread is that the wholemeal flour content can actually be quite low.
noun

Wholemeal bread or flour.

Usage examples:

Sliced wholemeal with added bran

Wholeness

ˈhəʊl.nəs

Meanings of Wholeness:

noun

The state of forming a complete and harmonious whole; unity.

Usage examples:

The work lacked a sense of wholeness and meaning

Wholes

həʊl

Meanings of Wholes:

noun

A thing that is complete in itself.

Usage examples:

The subjects of the curriculum form a coherent whole
adjective

All of; entire.

Usage examples:

He spent the whole day walking
adverb

Used to emphasize the novelty or distinctness of something.

Usage examples:

The man who's given a whole new meaning to the term ‘cowboy’

Meanings of Wholesale:

noun

The business of selling of goods in large quantities and at low prices, typically to be sold on by retailers at a profit.

Usage examples:

If you want to sell large expensive pieces then wholesale is probably not the way to go
adverb

Being sold to retailers in large quantities and at low prices.

Usage examples:

Bottles from this region sell wholesale at about £72 a case
adjective

Done on a large scale; extensive.

Usage examples:

The wholesale destruction of these animals by poachers
verb

Sell (goods) in large quantities at low prices, to be sold on at a profit.

Usage examples:

Imported clothing, which he now wholesales to 20 retail stores

Meanings of Wholesaled:

verb

Sell (goods) in large quantities at low prices, to be sold on at a profit.

Usage examples:

Imported clothing, which he now wholesales to 20 retail stores
noun

The business of selling of goods in large quantities and at low prices, typically to be sold on by retailers at a profit.

Usage examples:

If you want to sell large expensive pieces then wholesale is probably not the way to go
adverb

Being sold to retailers in large quantities and at low prices.

Usage examples:

Bottles from this region sell wholesale at about £72 a case
adjective

Done on a large scale; extensive.

Usage examples:

The wholesale destruction of these animals by poachers

Meanings of Wholesalely:

adverb

In a wholesale manner; extensively, widely; indiscriminately.

Meanings of Wholesaleness:

noun

Wholesale quality; comprehensiveness; indiscriminateness.

Wholesaler

ˈhəʊlˌseɪ.lər

Meanings of Wholesaler:

noun

A person or company that sells goods in large quantities at low prices, typically to retailers.

Usage examples:

Chicken supplied by wholesalers to restaurants

Wholesalers

ˈhəʊlˌseɪ.lər

Meanings of Wholesalers:

noun

A person or company that sells goods in large quantities at low prices, typically to retailers.

Usage examples:

Chicken supplied by wholesalers to restaurants

Wholesales

ˈhəʊlseɪl

Meanings of Wholesales:

verb

Sell (goods) in large quantities at low prices, to be sold on at a profit.

Usage examples:

Imported clothing, which he now wholesales to 20 retail stores
noun

The business of selling of goods in large quantities and at low prices, typically to be sold on by retailers at a profit.

Usage examples:

If you want to sell large expensive pieces then wholesale is probably not the way to go
adverb

Being sold to retailers in large quantities and at low prices.

Usage examples:

Bottles from this region sell wholesale at about £72 a case
adjective

Done on a large scale; extensive.

Usage examples:

The wholesale destruction of these animals by poachers

Wholesaling

ˈhəʊlseɪlɪŋ

Meanings of Wholesaling:

verb

Sell (goods) in large quantities at low prices, to be sold on at a profit.

Usage examples:

Imported clothing, which he now wholesales to 20 retail stores
noun

The business of selling of goods in large quantities and at low prices, typically to be sold on by retailers at a profit.

Usage examples:

If you want to sell large expensive pieces then wholesale is probably not the way to go
adverb

Being sold to retailers in large quantities and at low prices.

Usage examples:

Bottles from this region sell wholesale at about £72 a case
adjective

Done on a large scale; extensive.

Usage examples:

The wholesale destruction of these animals by poachers

Wholesome

ˈhəʊl.səm

Meanings of Wholesome:

adjective

Conducive to or suggestive of good health and physical well-being.

Usage examples:

The food is plentiful and very wholesome

Wholesomely

ˈhəʊl.səm.li

Meanings of Wholesomely:

adverb

In a way that shows that someone is morally good and physically healthy

Usage examples:

He was wholesomely raised to work hard and respect his elders., the photograph showed a couple with…

Wholesomeness

ˈhəʊl.səm.nəs

Meanings of Wholesomeness:

noun

The quality of being wholesome (= healthy or good for you)

Usage examples:

There is a growing concern about the wholesomeness of food., she is the epitome of all-american who…

Wholewheat

ˈhəʊl.wiːt

Meanings of Wholewheat:

noun

Whole grains of wheat including the husk or outer layer.

Usage examples:

Eat unrefined starches like wholemeal bread, brown rice and wholewheat pasta.
adjective

Denoting or made from wholewheat.

Usage examples:

Wholewheat bread

Meanings of Wholewise:

adverb

As a whole, completely, all at once.

Meanings of Wholism:

noun

Variant spelling of holism.

Meanings of Wholistic:

adjective

Variant spelling of holistic.

Wholly

ˈhəʊl.li

Meanings of Wholly:

adverb

Entirely; fully.

Usage examples:

She found herself given over wholly to sensation

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