According to English idiom, which is
the whole megillah: the whole story or the whole kit and caboodle?
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the whole story
In Judaism, the megillah is a parchment
scroll containing a handwritten Book of Esther
that is read on Purim, the Feast of Lots. In
English idiom, the whole megillah is a
tediously detailed or embroidered account.
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