Whole-shebang definition

(idiomatic) Everything; the entire thing.

The festival had balloons, flowers, fireworks, performers, and the whole shebang.

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(idiomatic) A building or house and everything in it.
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Noun

Singular:
whole-shebang
Plural:
whole shebangs

Origin of whole-shebang

  • 1924, from shebang.

    From Wiktionary