The whole nation wants peace.
A man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car, but if he has a university education, he may steal the whole railroad.
I met an old man who says that he's never eaten at a restaurant in his whole life.
She took advantage of our hospitality and stayed a whole month without paying us anything.
I feel so bad for the baritone saxes, who often have 200 measures of nothing but whole notes.
It is difficult to overcome this shortcoming without drastically changing the whole system.
A really perceptive person can figure out a whole situation with just a few clues. That's the kind of person I want you to become.
The whole company stood in silence for a few moments, as a tribute to the dead.
Our whole case hinges on whether the government's actions were constitutional or not.
Two whole pages of the newspaper were devoted to the news of the royal divorce.
Now Marina was a romantic, she had not yet fallen into that passive state of mind which accepts that one should find a corner to live, anywhere, and then arrange one's whole life around it.
When we say that a language is culturally transmitted - that is, that it is learned rather than inherited - we mean that it is part of that whole complex of learned and shared behavior that anthropologists call culture.
One hutong connects with another, siheyuans connect with other siheyuans to form a block, and blocks join with other blocks to form the whole city.
You have been thinking about this problem the whole morning. Take a break; go eat lunch.
You couldn't tell it by looking, but she has the legendary tale of having eaten two whole cakes when a child.
English word "entire"(whole) occurs in sets:Formal and informalBookshop Reading 1
2. including everything
3. whole or complete