all adj

Germanic all; origin uncertain.

  1. Every; each.
  2. Every one of; the entire number of; the whole quantity of.
  3. The embodiment of.
  4. The entirety of (the); the whole of (the).
  5. Phrase. “All the”: the only; the sole.
  6. Phrase. “All the while”: the entire time.
  7. Phrase. “All the”: enough; sufficient; ample; adequate.

all adv

see all, adj.

  1. Much; a great deal.
  2. Completely; entirely; fully; utterly.
  3. Only; solely; just.
  4. The entire way; the whole length.
  5. Phrase. “At all”: in any way; to any degree; in the least.
  6. Phrase. “All along”: continually; perpetually; constantly; always; throughout life; the entire time.
  7. Phrase. “All around/abroad”: in every direction; on every side.
  8. Phrase. “All the more”: even more; to a greater degree.
  9. Phrase. “At all”: whatever; whatsoever; of any kind.
  10. Phrase. “All but”: nearly; almost; well nigh; everything short of.
  11. Phrase. “At all”: even; ever; in the first place.

all [-'s] n

see all, adj.

  1. Fortune; huge amount; high stakes; entire sum gambled for in a game of chance.
  2. The only thing; the sole item; the whole issue.
  3. The entire amount; the grand total.
  4. Every other one.
  5. Eternity.
  6. Everyone; each one; each living being; every person or creature.
  7. Riches; wealth.
  8. Everything.
  9. The only creatures; the only ones.
  10. Phrase. “After all”: truly; actually; in reality; in the end; when everything is said and done.