- (idiomatic) Including every object, attribute, or process associated with preceding item or series of items.
- He ate the whole fish, bones and all.
- (idiomatic, informal) Used to suggest certain unstated relevant implications or what has been stated.
- What with you saying he was sick and all, I figured neither of you were coming.
- (dialectal) Used to add emphasis.
- He starts yelling and we come running to help, but a fat load of thanks we get and all!
- Can terminate lists of one or more nouns, verbs, adjectives, or adverbs