at all

adverb
Updated on: 10 Nov 2017

Definition of at all

:in any way or respect :to the least extent or degree :under any circumstances
  • doesn't smoke at all

Examples of at all in a Sentence

  1. wasn't at all pleased with the way the family portrait came out

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First Known Use of at all

14th century

at all Synonyms

Synonyms
anywise, ever, half
Related Words
somehow, someway (also someways); remotely


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