all out

adverb

Definition of all out

  1. :  with full determination or enthusiasm :  with maximum effort —used chiefly in the phrase go all out

Examples of all out in a sentence

  1. <went all out for her New Year's Eve party—she even had fireworks!>

1895

First Known Use of all out

1895



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