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all in

adjective

Definition of ALL IN

:  tired, exhausted <after a day of wood-splitting he was all in>

Examples of ALL IN

  1. <was all in after an evening of dancing and partying>

First Known Use of ALL IN

1903

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May 23, 2015
debouch Hear it
to emerge or cause to emerge
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