a whole nother
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See also: a whole 'nother
- (informal, US) An entirely different; a whole other; intensified version of another.
- 1998, Gayl Jones, The Healing, →ISBN, page 18:
- But that's a whole nother story.
- 2005, Margo Lanagan, “Rite of Spring”, in Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link, & Gavin J Grant, editors, The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, →ISBN, page 19:
- A lazy blueness, from a whole nother age, is spread all above me.
- For more quotations using this term, see Citations:a whole nother.