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Main Entry: 1whole
Etymology: Old English hl "healthy" --related to 1HALE 1: being in healthy or sound condition : free from sickness or injury : WELL <your care made me whole again> 2 a: having all its proper parts or elements : COMPLETE <whole grain> <whole milk> b: not cut up or in pieces <a whole roast chicken> 3: not divided or scattered <your whole attention> 4: being the total or full amount or extent of something <owns the whole island> 5: each or all of the <the whole 10 days>