whole works

NOUN
  1. everything available; usually preceded by `the'
    we took on the whole caboodle
    for $10 you get the full treatment
    we saw the whole shebang
    a hotdog with the works
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How To Use whole works In A Sentence

  • Cook, stirring, until bok choy is crisp-tender, 3-5 minutes, then pour the soy sauce mixture over the whole works. Archive 2009-05-01
  • While she overplays her final sequence, her performance as a whole works to the movie's favor.
  • I am trying to think myself into a really rather complicated argument, and still at the stage where you take the old machine apart, and the whole workshop is a mess of bits and scruff.
  • It is a trust and trustfulness which in the dioceses on the whole works well.
  • In the part of analyzing works, the researcher analyzed characters of kinds of blocks' placement and features of the whole works.
  • I have to say I think that was a major mistake which is in danger of gumming up the whole works. COVER STORY
  • At the bottom of the hill, as the road swerved away to the right, the trailer and our precious oil tank decided to go straight on, the towbar crashing into the kerbstone, sending the whole works spinning into the undergrowth.
  • It might be helpful at this point to consider how the opera as a whole works along comparable lines.
  • People were showing up with blue hair, green hair, streaked hair, whole works of art painted on their heads.
  • Intentional infliction of emotional distress, the whole works. RUNNING FROM THE LAW
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