whole shebang whole shebang

Definition(s):

  • (n) everything available; usually preceded by `the'

Usage(s):

  1. He then swallowed Shearson, Hayden Stone and other houses before selling the whole shebang in 1981 to American Express.
  2. Since Leone began the whole shebang-bang, Italian directors have cranked out 180 eastern westerns.
  3. The whole shebang cost the studios $65,000.

News

  1. It's About Time, Netherfriends To Release 50 Songs 50 States

    Netherfriends started the year-long 50 Songs 50 States project back in 2010, and he's ready to release the whole shebang. [ more › ]
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Chicagoist

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    Recently, my total idiot of an editor soaked his iPhone in the ocean. He did the whole shebang with the bag of rice, then rinsed it, dabbed it with alcohol, threw it in rice again—and it worked! This allowed him to be thankful for all the hard work that Apple puts into its—whoops! Scratch that.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: North Bay Bohemian

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fathom fathom
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