Meaning of wholistically in English:



See wholistic

  • ‘They must make the degree of commitment necessary to treat the child wholistically with all the resources available.’
  • ‘We were interested in determining the extent to which CVs were evaluated systematically, such as by rating applicant CVs on job-related competencies, versus ‘wholistically’.’
  • ‘They've actually got to spend a few minutes more finding out more about the person as an individual and wholistically, so that you can assess how well they're going to feel after the surgery.’
  • ‘Approaching healing wholistically, we can enhance the potency and effectiveness of our caregiving.’
  • ‘Someone who is field dependent (perceives globally or ‘wholistically’) in one situation tends to a modest extent to perceive things globally or wholistically in other situations.’