What is the opposite of whole?

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Adjective
Opposite of constituting or referring to all of something
“Members of the public were only allowed to see an incomplete version of the official report.”
Adjective
Opposite of in one piece
“It annoys me when cars are improperly parked, taking up two partial spaces in the process.”
Adjective
Opposite of in an undamaged state
“The vase shattered on the ground, and all that was left was a pile of broken glass.”
Adjective
Opposite of containing the maximum possible amount of that which can fit in the space available
“I now have an empty bank balance after splurging on a new car.”
Adjective
Opposite of in good health
“I regret stuffing myself at the buffet as I'm starting to feel a bit ill.”
Adjective
Opposite of not having had objectionable content removed
Adjective
Opposite of devoted completely to one object
Adjective
Opposite of large in magnitude or number
“In an age where little was attempted beyond the registration of fact, he had reached the conception of history.”
Adjective
Opposite of characterized by the lack of artificial additives or preservative treatment
“I do not trust that processed foods will agree with my body.”
Adjective
Opposite of absolute or unmitigated
“He has a mitigated sense of self-righteousness.”
Adjective
Opposite of without any imperfections or defects; perfect
Adjective
Opposite of free or safe from injury or violation
Adjective
(of income or profit) Opposite of without deduction of tax or other contributions
Adjective
Opposite of sturdy and stable in nature
Adjective
Opposite of consisting of the entire, or whole of, one unit of something
“It takes many human beings to lift a single car.”
Adjective
Opposite of innocent
Adjective
Opposite of including all the services or items normally expected or required
“The achievement has now put him in an elite and exclusive club of players who have attained multiple Grand Slams in a single calendar year.”
Adjective
Opposite of involving a full or complete view or approach
Adjective
(of food) Opposite of not having been processed
“I think it would be beneficial if we minimized the amount of processed food we consume.”
Adjective
Opposite of full-length
Adjective
(of food) Opposite of recently procured or harvested
“We need to do a clean out of our refrigerator as a lot of the food inside is now stale.”
Adjective
Opposite of restricted to the person, group, or area concerned
“The program is designed to be inclusive to children of all ages.”
Adjective
Opposite of of the greatest possible degree or amount
“He had resided in that part of the island where he had the least opportunity of acquiring any knowledge of the import.”
Adjective
Opposite of in an entire, and undivided, state
Adjective
Opposite of of or relating to everyone in the world or everyone in a particular place or society
“These semantics reflect the peer's individual view on the world.”
Adjective
Opposite of including a wide variety of things
Adjective
Opposite of exclusive
Adjective
Opposite of having healthy and sound mental faculties
“Only an insane person would get that close to a Great White and take a selfie.”
Adjective
Opposite of denoting increased dedication on an individual level toward an issue or cause
“This issue is trivial and hardly worth more than my marginal attention.”
Adjective
(of a colour or a person's complexion) Opposite of bright or healthy in appearance
“She had just shaken off a severe illness and looked pale as her recovery continued.”
Noun
Opposite of the whole of something
“Don't be ridiculous! It will only take a fraction of your precious time to mow the lawn.”
Noun
Opposite of a thing that is complete in itself
“Each individual constituent contributes in its own way the to the coherent whole.”
Noun
Opposite of the total amount of something that exists
Noun
Opposite of the whole of something
Noun
An individual thing or person regarded as single and complete but which can also form an individual component of a larger or more complex whole
Noun
Opposite of the central or greater part of something
Noun
Opposite of the act of counting or numbering things
Adverb
Opposite of in an undivided or unbroken piece
“I would choke if I didn't cut that huge tablet asunder before attempting to swallow it.”
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