totality

  1. the state of being total
  2. the quality of being complete and indiscriminate
  3. the whole amount

Totality

• (n.) The quality or state of being total; as, the totality of an eclipse. • (n.) The whole sum; the whole quantity or amount; the entirety; as, the totalityof human knowledge.
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totality

(from the article `eclipse`) ...On Earth the sunlight, shining through gaps in foliage and other small openings, is then seen to form little crescents of light that are images of ...
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totality

noun the quality of being complete and indiscriminate; `the totality of war and its consequences`; `the all-embracing totality of the state`
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Totality

To·tal'i·ty noun [ Confer French totalite , Late Latin totalitas .] 1. The quality or state of being total; as, the totality of an eclipse. 2. The whole sum; the whole quantity or amount; the entirety; as, the totality of human knowledge. Buckle. ...
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totality

The period of total obscuration of a celestial body such as the Sun during a solar eclipse or the Moon during a lunar eclipse.
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totality

totality 1. The whole amount. 2. The state of being complete or total. 3. The sum or total amount of something. 4. The stage, or phase, of an eclipse (of the moon) when light is completely obscured.
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totality

[n] - the quality of being complete and indiscriminate
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