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a whole bunch

A lot. I liked that movie a whole bunch—it was great. He says that he likes me a whole bunch, but not enough to date me, apparently.
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a whole bunch

and whole bunches
mod. a whole lot; very much. (Always with a in the singular.) I like to spend evenings at home a whole bunch. Tom likes Mary whole bunches, but she thinks he’s a dork.
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References in classic literature ?
'regulating,' and a man who aids and abets her in it, and calls it 'nursing,' to say nothing of the doctor who eggs 'em both on--and the whole bunch of them, meanwhile, expecting me to pay them for it, and pay them well, too!"
'None of us had a bean, and Algie was the hardest up of the whole bunch. After we were married we went to the Savoy for the wedding-breakfast, and when it was over and the waiter came with the check, Algie said he was sorry, but he had had a bad week at Lincoln and hadn't the price on him.
The difficulty was solved by supposing that the narrator had made a mistake of one day in the date of the occurrence; so that our friend did not hesitate to introduce the story at every tavern and country store along the road, expending a whole bunch of Spanish wrappers among at least twenty horrified audiences.
And because,' he shouted wrathfully, 'because, forsooth, she earns an honest living by singing in the chorus of a comic opera, a whole bunch of snivelling idiots will say I have made a fool of myself.
She took possession of the keys soon after this, and went jingling about the house with the whole bunch in a little basket, tied to her slender waist.
If so, I can do it"; and then he rattled a whole bunch of valuable seals that hung to his watch, and he stuck his hand in the thick gold chain he wore around his neck--nay!
And so, out of the whole bunch, I was the only one who could allow myself to be fond of her.
"We had a whole bunch of organizations we were trying to work through and they're not all on the same page.
Build a sports area with no parking or trains, a bus depot that is not used, and now a whole bunch of money to stop people tripping while looking at a clock.
Given the massive civilian carnage in Iraq and the now legendary stupidity of our alleged "smart bombs" this was plausible--though highly unlikely and embarrassing nonetheless on a whole bunch of other fronts.
Well, a whole bunch of them are black, and there are white people, too, but they all are really very poor.
I met with the CEO of Virgin [Records], and a whole bunch of other men in suits who were 11 feet tall in a conference room in New York, and I sang for them and they loved it.
Then, without warning, a whole bunch of new things began showing up.
I was a part of a new agency, the Peace Corps, in 1961, and know how exciting it can be to be involved with a whole bunch of people, almost all of whom have the right stuff.
There were a whole bunch of women sitting in a circle, all different ethnic backgrounds, all dressed differently.