All-in-one



an undergarment that combines a girdle and brassiere in one piece.
Contemporary Examples

Book a room at a divorce hotel and get an all-in-one luxury vacation and finalized separation.
Book a Vacation at a Divorce Hotel and End Your Marriage in Luxury Nina Strochlic July 17, 2013

Smartphones were just a much better, more convenient, all-in-one version of a bunch of popular devices.
Is Wearable Technology a Fad or the Future? Daniel Gross January 8, 2014

Historical Examples

It took a good while to convince the woman that the all-in-one was worth it, but she yielded out of pity for his hungry state.
The Duke Of Chimney Butte G. W. Ogden

This was the kindest reception that Lambert had received since taking to the road to found his fortunes on the all-in-one.
The Duke Of Chimney Butte G. W. Ogden

The young man who had humorously enumerated the virtues of the all-in-one, whom the others called Spence, was of this number.
The Duke Of Chimney Butte G. W. Ogden

adjective

combining two or more items or functions into a single unit

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