Definition of all-in
- all-in wrestling
was all in after an evening of dancing and partying
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beat, beaten, bleary, burned-out (or burnt-out), bushed, dead, done, drained, exhausted, fatigued, jaded, limp, logy (also loggy), played out, pooped [slang], prostrate, spent, tapped out, tired, tuckered (out), washed-out, wearied, weary, wiped out, worn, worn-out;
worn to a frazzle;
: very tired
: allowing almost any technique or method
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to grant as a privilege or special favor
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