Unwhole

Un`whole´


a.1.Not whole; unsound.
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Many musicians who have some strain of blues in their music might act black or dwell in blackness but becoming black has still not proven possible, leaving the Franklin Dylan unwhole.
As in all wars, many come home unwhole, bearing the wounds and burdens of war.
Unwhole for 11 games, miles away from championship form, cranky over a single blemish on the record, the Lakers soon will call up reinforcements they arguably don't need.
Without this sense of unity, we feel unwhole, that something is lacking although we do not necessarily know what it is.