Common misspellings for whole:
whone, whille, wholse, voley, vihcle, whooo, wholey, wooble, worly, whhel, wofle, whilr, whila, wholel, whileit, willoe, woble, wooley, whorlet, wole, whoem, shole, whoe, welle, walue, whril, whelt, woulc, whoed, whyole, woulr, whilehe, wioll, whaile, whyll, lohle, whoke, wolde, whyal, whileyou, wholely, whlen, whoen, wholr, whould, wilol, wholed, whoooo, swole, whiloe, wohl, whove, wjile, weele, whiel, awhole, whol, whuld, wohle, vehcle, wihle, whiule, walle, whle, whikle, whouls, wohoo, whokle, whicle, whioe, whoelser, wheely, whill, whome, whql, whlie, wille, hwile, whisle, wheeel, woule, wouel, whoal, wholke, whoch, wythwille, wouil, whule, whealer, whala, who'se, whoie, whitle, whilew, wheller, whiler, waile, whlole, whuile, wahol, weoll, warley, wwhile, whhole, whoof, whiile, wheell, whote, woull, whilee, whilte, shoule, wholeway, whope, ahwile, weezle, worhol, whalk, whgile, whilc, woulbe, whoule, wolume, wheele, whoole, wahile, viehele, whele, whoelse, whoer, woalk, wholl, wehile, wholde, whple, welome, whilel, vechele, woolie, whjile, whily, wghile, whoile, whilse, whold, whall, wuile, whlile, whooe, whollop, ewhole, wholeale, wuote, whelie, who'e, wolve, whiole, woill, wholley, weeley, who0le, wihile, woulb, wheicle, werel, vehchle, woul've, whilw, whalla, qhole, wilow, whiele, vehclie, whollely, whwer, woula, whlle, chole, whilch, whihle, whiie, ehole, wholw, whosle, wheler, welol, ahole, whola, wholy, whilein, whirle, volue, vehcel, whilei, wolle, whell, whilke, whoel, whwile, wholew, whooly, hwole, wheil, whilre, whoopla, worll, wholfe, whsoe, whool, whelth, worle, whail, whoul, whoesale, wholoe, wholle, whowl, whhile, weeler, wholwe, whork, whowill, whloe, whili, wholee, whiohc, whilie, wheile, wioul, whichl, whyle, whtile, wffle, chloe, whalley, vechale, weler, webley, wheli, whoihc, whilen, whilwe, whillen, who'l, wholre, wholf, whooer, worler, whorld, whoduni t, 3hole, 2hole, wgole, wbole, wjole, wuole, wyole, wh0le, whols, whol4, whol3, qwhole, wqhole, wahole, swhole, wshole, wehole, 3whole, w3hole, 2whole, w2hole, wghole, whgole, wbhole, whbole, wnhole, whnole, wjhole, whjole, wuhole, whuole, wyhole, whkole, whpole, whople, wh0ole, wh9ole, who9le, wholpe, wholes, wholer, whol4e, whole4, whol3e, whole3, wwhole, 7hole, wxole, wlole, wiole, whgle, whnle, whode, whohe, wholu, wholm, wholg, whoele, w hole, wh ole, who le, whol e.
Definition of whole:
- an assemblage of parts that is regarded as a single entity; " how big is that part compared to the whole?"; " the team is a unit"
- all of something including all its component elements or parts; " Europe as a whole"; " the whole of American literature"
- The entire thing; the entire assemblage of parts; totality; all of a thing, without defect or exception; a thing complete in itself.
- A regular combination of parts; a system.
- The entire thing: a system or combination of parts.
- The entire thing; totality.
- The sum total of all the parts or elements of anything; totality.
- The total; the entire thing.
- including all components without exception; being one unit or constituting the full amount or extent or duration; complete; " gave his whole attention"; " a whole wardrobe for the tropics"; " the whole hog"; " a whole week"; " the baby cried the whole trip home"; " a whole loaf of bread"
- ( of siblings) having the same parents; " whole brothers and sisters"
- all of something including all its component elements or parts; " Europe considered as a whole"; " the whole of American literature"
- Containing the total amount, number, etc.; comprising all the parts; free from deficiency; all; total; entire; as, the whole earth; the whole solar system; the whole army; the whole nation.
- Complete; entire; not defective or imperfect; not broken or fractured; unimpaired; uninjured; integral; as, a whole orange; the egg is whole; the vessel is whole.
- Possessing, or being in a state of, heath and soundness; healthy; sound; well.
- Containing all the parts; complete; entire; not defective or broken; hale and sound in body; intact; not fractional: said of a number.
- Sound, as in health ( so in B.): unimpaired: containing the total amount, number, etc.: all: not defective: complete.
- All; entire; complete: sound.
- Containing all; entire; total; complete.
- Entire; unbroken; sound; in good health; containing the total amount; not defective.