noun, Music. 1. an interval of two semitones, as A-B or B-C♯; a major second.
adjective, British. 1. full-time.
- Whole-tone scale
[hohl-tohn] /ˈhoʊlˌtoʊn/ noun, Music. 1. a scale progressing entirely by whole tones, as C, D, E, F♯, G♯, A♯, C. whole-tone scale noun 1. either of two scales produced by commencing on one of any two notes a chromatic semitone apart and proceeding upwards or downwards in whole tones for an octave. Such a scale, […]
adjective 1. prepared with the complete wheat kernel. adjective 1. (of flour, bread, etc) made from the entire wheat kernel Also called (esp in Britain and certain other countries) wholemeal
noun 1. holism.