a whole 'nother

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a whole ’nother

  1. (informal, proscribed) Alternative form of a whole nother.
    • 2003, Henry Rollins, as quoted in Michael W. Dean, $30 Music School, Thomson Course Technology, page 457, ISBN 1592001718:
      The problem is that when you physically try to impede my progress—then it moves up to a whole ’nother level that you probably can’t handle me on.
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