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totality

noun to·tal·i·ty \tō-ˈta-lə-tē\

: the whole or entire amount of something

plural to·tal·i·ties

Full Definition of TOTALITY

1
:  an aggregate amount :  sum, whole
2
a :  the quality or state of being total :  wholeness
b :  the phase of an eclipse during which it is total :  state of total eclipse

Examples of TOTALITY

  1. the totality of human knowledge
  2. <the totality of the stars in the universe can only be loosely guessed at>

First Known Use of TOTALITY

1598

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