a novel (1929) by Erich Maria Remarque.
(1929) A German novel by Erich Maria Remarque about the horrors and futility of World War I.
Note: A film adaptation of the novel appeared in 1930. Widely considered the first major antiwar motion picture of the modern era, it won the Academy Award for best picture. A television adaptation of the film aired in 1979.
Calm; peaceful; uneventful
[WWI; fr the title of a WWI novel by Erich Maria Remarque reflecting the stagnation and stability of trench warfare]
angry fury; violent anger (sometimes used in combination): a speech full of rage; incidents of road rage. a fit of violent anger: Her rages usually don’t last too long. fury or violence of wind, waves, fire, disease, etc. violence of feeling, desire, or appetite: the rage of thirst. a violent desire or passion. ardor; fervor; […]
- All reet
all reet interjection An exclamation of approval: ”All reat” is the rug-cutters’ way of saying ”all right” (1930s+)
- All right already
interjection enough!; hold on!; yes, now! Examples All right already! I will serve dinner. modifier Having to do with basketball: a hoop noun A finger ring: the old hoop on that finger (1859+ fr underworld); The basketball net or basket; bucket (1930s Basketball) A basketball goal; bucket: He made six hoops last night (1940s+ Basketball) […]
- All right with one
Also, all right by one . Agreeable to someone. For example, If you want to practice now, that’s all right with me . Although all right alone has signified acquiescence much longer (see all right , def. 5), the addition of with someone (or, sometimes, by someone ) dates from the mid-1900s.