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1allover

adjective all·over \ˈl-ˌō-vər\

: covering the whole surface of something

Full Definition of ALLOVER

:  covering the whole extent or surface <a sweater with an allover pattern>

Examples of ALLOVER

  1. a rug with an allover pattern

First Known Use of ALLOVER

1796

2allover

noun

Definition of ALLOVER

1
:  an embroidered, printed, or lace fabric with a design covering most of the surface
2
:  a pattern or design in which a single unit is repeated so as to cover an entire surface

First Known Use of ALLOVER

1838

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