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Things total often describes (“total ________”)
number, population, amount, cost, area, value, volume, length, income, production, costs, energy, loss, output, expenditure, weight, assets, revenue, exports, force, sales, capacity, investment, score, expenditures, content, absence, consumption, pressure, dose, quantity, rate, mass, resistance, employment, concentration, membership, imports, control, demand, load, lack, sample, destruction, war, budget, darkness, sum, failure, trade, capital, enrollment, supply, protein, revenues, debt, receipts, flow, current, strength, count, size, expenses, program, distance, thickness, solids, replacement, numbers, picture, variance, abstinence, vote, product, spending, nitrogen, arthroplasty, nutrition, increase, charge, scores, earnings, intake, eclipse, flux, yield, heat, cholesterol, height, instance, points, frames, property, processor, properties

Descriptive words:
grand, national, annual, cumulative, highest, final, overall, average, sub, net, actual, daily, possible, global, present, gross, yearly, larger, monthly, enormous, staggering, higher, current, lowest, year, impressive, maximum, largest, original, aggregate, sum, correct, previous, above, mean, minimum, smaller, weekly, corresponding, huge, exact, official, regional, less, near, astonishing, latter, variable, respectable, amazing, partial, worldwide, weighted, probable, numerical, eventual, absolute, formidable, smallest, modest, day, astounding, worth


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See total used in context: 15 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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