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all

adjective

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  1. not divided or scattered among several areas of interest or concern you need to focus all your attention on this matter Synonyms of all whole, concentrated, entire, exclusive, focused (also focussed), undividedWords Related to all absolute, complete, full, lump, teetotal, thorough, total, unadulterated, unalloyed, unqualified, utter; comprehensive, intact, integral, perfect, unbrokenNear Antonyms of all deficient, fragmental, fragmentary, halfway, incomplete, partialAntonyms of all diffuse, divided, scattered

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whole, entire, total, all mean including everything or everyone without exception. whole implies that nothing has been omitted, ignored, abated, or taken away.
    • read the whole book
entire may suggest a state of completeness or perfection to which nothing can be added.
    • the entire population was wiped out
total implies that everything has been counted, weighed, measured, or considered.
    • the total number of people present
all may equal whole, entire, or total.
    • all proceeds go to charity

all

adverb

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all

pronoun

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  1. every person a joyous holiday to one and all! Synonyms of all everybody, everyoneWords Related to all anybody, anyone; somebody, someoneAntonyms of all nobody, none, no one


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