Slang A situation, organization, contrivance, or set of facts or things: organized and ran the whole shebang. (noun)
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Use "shebang" in a sentence
"Overseeing the whole shebang is Big Chief Random Chaos, possibly not the most suitable candidate for a position requiring organisational skills, but the in-house hosts will be on hand to mop up any spillages."
"Again, in my world, a higher chance of winning the whole shebang is what equals “better”."
"Instead of working all flowers and candy, however, the whole shebang is lost with over 4000 pointless US dead and hundreds of thousands pointlessly dead Iraqis and Afghanis."