wholeness

[ UK /hˈə‍ʊlnəs/ ]
[ US /ˈhoʊɫnɪs/ ]
NOUN
  1. an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting
    he took measures to insure the territorial unity of Croatia
    the integrity of the nervous system is required for normal development
  2. a state of robust good health
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How To Use wholeness In A Sentence

  • The director prizes originality and wholeness over allegiance to form.
  • Christ speaks this word of wholeness and well being and blessedness even to Thomas, who doubts.
  • We wanted to use equal temperament with wholeness by creating equal-tempered partials but we have also achieved a way of using inharmonic sounds with integrity.
  • In the former there is a “wholeness” to the participation; in the latter there is a “halfness” because the producer rarely receives more than 50% of 100% of the net profits or some commensurate amount of gross. The Movie Business Book, Third Edition
  • Other cultures see the seven chakras as comprising the wholeness of personal human energy.
  • They went astray from the predestined path thus destructing the overall wholeness of the planet.
  • There were real political and social implications to the Wesleyan emphasis on health and wholeness. Times, Sunday Times
  • There has to be a period of healing toward wholeness. Christianity Today
  • Plato imagined that the first beings were shaped like globes, symbols of full-bodied wholeness.
  • Rabbi and Sensei Don Ani Shalom Singer puts it this way ‘that Zen and Judaism are simply vocabularies for oneness and wholeness’.
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