All-out Definition

ôlout
adverb
With every possible effort.
Worked all out to finish by the deadline.
American Heritage
(idiomatic) Without regard for risk.
Wiktionary
adjective
Complete or wholehearted.
An all-out effort.
Webster's New World
Using all available means or resources.
An all-out sprint; an all-out conservation program.
American Heritage
Covering all aspects without exception.
This book is an all-out examination of a very important issue in our community.
Wiktionary

(cricket) The state of a side having no more men to bat, thus ending its innings.

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