To be whole is to be complete and healthy. When you are whole, you are complete and you are able to function properly.

  • The injury was too much for him to handle, and he needed time to heal and be whole again.

  • Being whole means being able to forgive and forget.

Definition of wholeness


a state of robust good health




an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting


integrity, unity

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Example Sentences for wholeness

  • 1

    I was totally mesmerized by the whole thing.

  • 2

    By the way, the whole wavelet thing here is a total mess.

  • 3

    There are in total 124 names praising the Sun in the whole procedure.

  • 4

    This leads to a lower cost for the total abatement effort as a whole.

  • 5

    But consumerism was the whole point to it all.

  • 6

    The whole definition of the BI is a complete and utter total incorrigible mess.

  • 7

    It had no pertinence at all with the whole article.

  • 8

    This whole thing is stinking more all the time.

  • 9

    Can I defame all the participants of the rally as a whole

  • 10

    The whole treatment lacks all forms of motivational stuff.