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WHOLE, adjective Hole. [G., Gr. This seems to be connected with heal, hale. Of this the derivative wholesome, is evidence.]
1. All; total; containing the total amount or number, or the entire thing; as the whole earth; the whole world; the whole solar system; the whole army; the whole nation.
2. Complete; entire; not defective or imperfect; as a whole orange; the egg is whole; the vessel is whole
3. Unimpaired; unbroken; uninjured.
My life is yet whole in me. 2 Samuel 1:9.
4. Sound; not hurt or sick.
They that are whole need not a physician. Matthew 9:12.
5. Restored to health and soundness; sound; well.
Thy faith hath made thee whole Mark 5:28.
His hand was restored whole Mark 3:5.
1. The entire thing; the entire or total assemblage of parts. The whole of religion is contained in the short precept, Love God with all your heart, and your neighbor as yourself.
Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of man. Ecclesiastes 12:13.
2. A system; a regular combination of parts.
WHOLESALE, noun [whole and sale.]
1. Sale of goods by the piece or large quantity; as distinguished from retail. Some traders sell either by wholesale or retail.
2. The whole mass.
Some from vanity or envy, despise a valuable book, and throw contempt upon it by wholesale
WHOLESALE, adjective [supra.]
1. Buying and selling by the piece or quantity; as a wholesale merchant or dealer.
2. Pertaining to the trade by the piece or quantity; as the wholesale price.
WHOLESOME, adjective [G.]
1. Tending to promote health; favoring health; salubrious; as wholesome air or diet; a wholesome climate.
2. Sound; contributing to the health of the mind; favorable to morals, religion or prosperity; as wholesome advice; wholesome doctrines; wholesome truths.
3. Useful; salutary; conducive to public happiness, virtue or peace; as a wholesome law.
4. That utters sound words.
A wholesome tongue is a tree of life. Proverbs 15:4.
5. Kindly; pleasing; as a wholesome answer.
WHOLESOME ship, a ship that will try, hull and ride well.
WHOLESOMELY, adverb In a wholesome or salutary manner; salubriously.
1. The quality of contributing to health; salubrith; as the wholesomeness of air or diet.
2. Salutariness; conduciveness to the health of the mind or of the body politic; as the wholesomeness of doctrines or laws.