shebang

[ UK /ʃɪbˈæŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an entire system; used in the phrase `the whole shebang'
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How To Use shebang In A Sentence

  • The whole shebang is directed by Tim Russ (Tuvok from Voyager), who also recreates his role in the film as well. News: Star Trek: Of Gods And Men Postponed | Fan Cinema Today
  • You roll the egg rolls into the lettuce, add whatever suits your fancy, and dip the whole shebang into a bowl of light, sweet dressing - pow!
  • Rather, he wants it to serve the same function as one of those toothpicked food samples at the supermarket: a way to entice consumers to buy the whole shebang.
  • His euphoria illuminates every folky note, but you don't necessarily want to share the whole shebang.
  • Soon Stan was at the soundboard with the older man, whose English was as nonexistent as Stan's Bulgarian, and the whole shebang was ready to go.
  • Double standards rule, even in counterculture, where they are supposedly above that, which makes the whole shebang all the more criminal.
  • we saw the whole shebang
  • I even had to buy a new case/box/container to fit the whole shebang into.
  • I have tried to eat healthier, drink plenty of water, exercise and the whole shebang.
  • I've come to accept that the delegates are props, the platforms are propaganda and the whole shebang is essentially a political infomercial that just goes on and on and on. Oh, get a room!
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