Synonyms of all in English:

all

determiner

  • 1 all the children went all creatures need sleep
    each of, each one of the, every one of the, every single one of the;
    [Antonyms] no
  • 2 the sun shone all week did you believe all that?
    the whole of the, every bit of the, the complete, the entire, the totality of the;
    [Antonyms] none of the
  • 3 in all honesty with all speed
    [Antonyms] no, little
  • pronoun

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  • 1 all are welcome
    everyone, everybody, each/every person, the (whole) lot
    [Antonyms] none, nobody
  • 2 all of the cups were broken
    each one, each thing, the sum, the total, the whole lot
    [Antonyms] none
  • 3 they took all of it
    everything, every part, the whole amount, the total amount, the (whole) lot, the entirety, the sum total, the aggregate
    [Antonyms] none, nothing
  • Phrases

    all and sundry

    they walk out and decry what they've seen to all and sundry
    everyone, everybody, every person, each person, each one, each and every one, all, one and all, the whole world, the world at large, the public, the general public, people everywhere
    informal {every Tom, Dick, and Harry}, every man jack, every mother's son

    adverb

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  • he was dressed all in black
    completely, fully, entirely, totally, wholly, absolutely, utterly, outright, thoroughly, altogether, quite, in every respect, in all respects, without reservation, without exception
    [Antonyms] partly, not at all
  • Phrases

    all but

    the entire nation was limited to three weekly gallons, making long-distance travel by car all but impossible
    nearly, almost, just about, about, more or less, practically, virtually, as good as, next to, close to, near, nigh on, not far from, not far off, to all intents and purposes, approaching, bordering on, verging on, nearing;
    informal pretty nearly, pretty much, pretty well
    literary well-nigh

    all for

    I'm all for genetic engineering to remove diseases
    [Antonyms] against
    in favour of, pro, for, giving support to, giving backing to, right behind, encouraging of, approving of, sympathetic to

    all in all

    all in all, I think this is a thorough report
    all things considered, considering everything, on the whole, taking everything into consideration/account, at the end of the day, when all's said and done

    Word links

    omni- omnivorous, omnipresent
    pan- related prefix, as in pan-European, pansexual
    panto- related prefix, as in pantograph, pantomime

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