the whole lot

the whole lot

Everything; the entirety of something. There's nothing more to tell you. That's the whole lot. While I'm in Europe, I want to go to Paris, London—the whole lot.
See also: lot, whole

the ˌwhole ˈlot

everything; all of something: I’ve sold the whole lot.
See also: lot, whole
References in classic literature ?
Every jay in the whole lot put his eye to the hole and delivered a more chuckle-headed opinion about the mystery than the jay that went there before him.
Then just as they seemed to have made up their mind to kill me, up strode Scarlett Trent alone, if you please, and he walked up to the whole lot of 'em as bold as brass.
Dominic gave the order to throw the whole lot overboard.
decides it'll be easier if he gobbles the whole lot himself.
If a Nevada-based company gets its way, you'll be able to send the whole lot of it to the moon.
And to stand up and bellow: "Order, order" and have the whole lot shut up.
The whole lot of nothing consisted mostly of three little lakes surrounded by dairy farms--Mud Lake at the end of Main Street on the east side of town, and at the west side Little Clear Lake and Big Clear Lake.
The city decided to improve the whole lot and relate the inner city to its surrounding nineteenth- and twentieth-century extensions.