Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet are an example of all the colors of the rainbow.
Argued the case in all seriousness.
Beyond all doubt.
All the windows are open. Deal all the cards.
All of us are sick. All that I have is yours.
A score of thirty all.
Got into all manner of trouble.
The bread is all.
The apples are all.
Who all came to the party?
The brave defenders gave their all.
Justice for all.
A score of five all.
All New England, all the gold.
All the men went.
All men must eat.
Said in all sincerity.
True beyond all question.
Life is not all pleasure.
He was all arms and legs.
All must die.
All of us are here; all of the pencils are sharpened.
All is over between them.
All of it is gone.
Gave his all.
All worn out, riding all through the night.
All-league, all-conference, all-pro.
- From the beginning; throughout:Saw through the disguise all along.
- Nearly; almost:All but crying with relief.
- Tired; exhausted.
- Used in poker as a declaration that one is staking all of one's chips.
- Everything being taken into account:All in all, the criticism seemed fair.
- Not more than:A conversation that took all of five minutes.
- Of no difference; immaterial:Whether we go out or stay in, it's all one to me.
- Completely ended or finished:Their marriage is all over.
- In every part; everywhere:The storm swept across the island and left damage all over.
- Typical of the person or thing just mentioned:Making wisecracks like that—that's Jim all over.
- Showing much romantic interest or being in close contact:He was all over her during the slow dance.
- Persistently or harshly critical or scolding:The coach was all over me about missing practice.
- With all one's strength, ability, or resources.
- To the degree expected.
- Mentally unimpaired or competent.
- With everything considered; in all:All told, we won 100 games.
- And other things of the same type:
- In any way:Unable to walk at all.
- To any extent; whatever:Not at all sorry.
- To say or utter. Used chiefly in verbal narration:He's all, “What did you do that for?”.
- Considering everything; all together:In all, it rained for two hours. I bought four hats, in all.
- nevertheless; in spite of everything
- all except
- nearly; almost
- very tired; fatigued
- considering everything
- as a whole
- completely; wholeheartedly
- everywhere; in or on every part of; throughout
- as one characteristically isThat's Mary all over.
- as much of (something) asThat's all the help you'll get.
- so much the better (or worse)
- as far (close, etc.) as
- of no importance
- et cetera (etc.)
- to a considerable degree; greatlyAngry as all get-out.
- in the least; to the slightest degree
- in any way
- under any considerations
- in spite of; despite
- altogether; all being counted