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all–in

adjective \ˌl-ˈin\

: very tired

: allowing almost any technique or method

Full Definition of ALL-IN

1
chiefly British :  all-inclusive
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chiefly British :  being almost without restrictions <all–in wrestling>

First Known Use of ALL-IN

1890

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