all-timer

noun
all-tim·er | \ˈȯl-ˌtī-mər \

Definition of all-timer 

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: an exceptional person or thing that is regarded as the best or as among the best of all time … the fifth game of the National League Championship series, in San Diego, which was an all-timer by any measure …— Roger Angell

First Known Use of all-timer

1936, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for all-timer

all-time + -er entry 2

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