First Known Use of all-out
absolute, arrant, blank, categorical (also categoric), clean, complete, consummate, cotton-picking, crashing, dead, deadly, definite, downright, dreadful, fair, flat, flat-out, out-and-out, outright, perfect, plumb, profound, pure, rank, regular, sheer, simple, stark, straight-out, thorough, thoroughgoing, total, unadulterated, unalloyed, unconditional, unmitigated, unqualified, utter, very;
Examples of all out in a Sentence
went all out for her New Year's Eve party—she even had fireworks!
Recent Examples of all out from the Web
And then, after the lights come up, we are left, bereft, to sort it all out alone.
Interim coach Jay Triano said Devin Booker (hand), Josh Jackson (quad), Alan Williams (knee), Elfrid Payton (knee) are all out and that Marquese Chriss (hip) is doubtful.
Remember, the person or company who first invents a new product or service spends a lot of time and money figuring it all out.
Seasoned roadies know to soft-pedal on bike paths; meanwhile, some e-bike riders pass me during my commute going all out around 22 mph—7 mph over the speed limit.
So his coaches are still trying to sort it all out.
The Suns were missing three core players in Devin Booker, Josh Jackson and T.J. Warren, all out with various injuries.
Lucky for all of us lash lovers, to celebrate National Lash Day, M.A.C. is going all out and offering free — yes F-R-E-E — mascara.
Amazon's going all out with power tools and accessories sales leading up to the holidays, with a wide variety of brands and products getting deep discounts.
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First Known Use of all out
ALL-OUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of all-out for English Language Learners
: made or done with as much effort as possible
: fully developed
ALL-OUT Defined for Kids
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