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aggregate added up, combined, or considered as a whole. [1/6 definitions]
consumption a wasting away of living tissue, or of the body as a whole, esp. when caused by tuberculosis of the lungs. [1/4 definitions]
distaff (old-fashioned) women as a whole, or the traditional sphere and concerns of women. [1/3 definitions]
en bloc (French) all together; in a group; as a whole.
footlight (pl.) the stage, the theater as a whole, or the acting profession. [1/2 definitions]
include to contain, as a whole contains its parts. [1/3 definitions]
irrational in mathematics, not capable of being expressed as a whole number or as a ratio of two whole numbers. [1/3 definitions]
macroeconomics (used with a sing. verb) the study of a nation's economy as a whole and of the interrelationships of its various sectors and components. (Cf. microeconomics.)
molar2 in physics, of or relating to a mass of matter as a whole, rather than to molecules or atoms. [1/2 definitions]
oeuvre (French) the works of a writer, artist, or composer taken as a whole. [1/2 definitions]
public a community of people as a whole. [1/7 definitions]
scheme any organization of parts viewed as a whole. [1/5 definitions]
shebang (informal) an occasion, situation, organization, contrivance, or the like, considered as a whole.
society human beings as a whole. [2/7 definitions]
symptomatology the symptoms of a patient or disease, taken as a whole. [1/2 definitions]
system a group of related things or parts that function together as a whole. [1/5 definitions]
unit a combination of people or things that act together as a whole. [1/4 definitions]
united joined into or made to act as a whole. [1/2 definitions]