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all everything. [2/12 definitions]
all-around considering everything; all in all. [1/2 definitions]
all told including everyone or everything; counting all.
alone separate from everyone or everything else; solitary. [1/5 definitions]
altogether including everything; all told. [1/3 definitions]
anthropocentric evaluating everything in terms of human goals or experiences. [1/2 definitions]
by and large in general; considering everything; primarily.
causality the principle that everything that exists or happens has a cause. [1/3 definitions]
egoism the tendency to evaluate everything in relation to one's own interests; self-centeredness. (Cf. altruism.) [1/3 definitions]
environment the sum of everything that surrounds animals and humans in the natural world, including the air, the water, and the soil (prec. by the). [1/3 definitions]
existence the totality of living and created things; everything that has being. [1/4 definitions]
inclusive including everything, or a large amount; comprehensive. [1/3 definitions]
know-it-all (informal) a person who acts as if he or she knows almost everything.
mechanical designating a philosophy or doctrine that the universe and everything in it operates in a machinelike way; nonspiritual. [1/8 definitions]
mechanism the doctrine or theory that everything in the universe is the result of physical forces. [1/4 definitions]
mechanistic of or pertaining to the theory that everything in the universe is the result of physical forces. [1/3 definitions]
Midas in Greek mythology, the king to whom Dionysus gave the power of turning everything he touched into gold. [1/2 definitions]
omniscient possessing great knowledge; seeming to know everything. [1/3 definitions]
omnivorous absorbing or consuming everything. [1/3 definitions]
optimism the belief that everything will turn out well, or that there are good aspects of every situation. (Cf. pessimism.) [1/3 definitions]
overall with respect to or including nearly everything; general. [1/5 definitions]