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Everything

Pronunciation of Everything
/ˈɛvɹɪθˌɪŋ/, /ˈɛvɹɪθˌɪŋ/, /ˈɛ_v_ɹ_ɪ_θ_ˌɪ_ŋ/

Antonyms for Everything:

nothing, subset.

Synonyms for Everything:

completeness (noun)

completeness, comprehensiveness, entireness, entirety, fullness, intactness, integration, integrity, oneness, plenum, solidarity, sum, thoroughness, total, totality, unity, universe, whole, Allness, Everybody, Everyone, Collectivity, exhaustiveness.

entirety (noun)

all, completeness, comprehensiveness, conclusiveness, entirety, fullness, gestalt, sum, totality, wholeness, Everybody, Everyone, exhaustiveness.

Sense 1 (noun)

all-inclusive, altogether, complete, overall, wholesale, all-or-nothing, the sum total, all that, the works, the universe, you name it, all things, every little thing, stock and barrel the whole bit, the lot, the whole, the whole ball of wax, the whole bunch, the whole complex, the whole kit and caboodle lock, the whole schmear, the whole shebang, the whole shooting match.

Sense 2 (noun)

aggregate, gross, lock, part, stock, work, and barrel.

completeness (noun)

entireness, intactness, integration, integrity, oneness, plenum, solidarity, thoroughness, total, unity, universe, whole, Allness, Collectivity.

entirety (noun)

aggregate, all, all in all, business, completeness, complex, comprehensiveness, conclusiveness, entirety, fullness, gestalt, lot, sum, total, totality, universe, whole, whole caboodle, whole lot, whole shebang, wholeness, Everybody, Everyone, exhaustiveness, all that, the works, all things, every little thing, each thing, fixins', lock stock and barrel, many things, whole ball of wax, whole enchilada.

Sense 1

all-embracing, broadly, general, included, overall, spectrum, thing, whatever, wide, wide-ranging, within, Anything, Including, What, across the board, globalized, overarching, what have you, catch-all, the full monty, the sum total.

Sense 2

across, altogether, blanket, complete, comprehensive, global, inclusive, lot, wholesale.

Sense 3

aggregate, works.

Sense 4

on.

Sense 7

gross.

Sense 11

work.

abundance

plenty.

lot

kit.

Usage examples for Everything:

  • Now you know everything." - "A Girl in Ten Thousand", L. T. Meade.
  • Everything had been done by him as it should be done. - "Irish Fairy Tales", James Stephens.
  • That one word told me everything. - "The Country Doctor", Honore de Balzac.
  • He said everything was all right. - "Tarrano the Conqueror", Raymond King Cummings.

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Quotes for Everything:

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