All the way

all the way

adverb phrase

Without reservation; to the end: I’ll back her all the way

Related Terms

go all the way
Also, the whole way. The entire distance, from start to finish, as in He ran all the way home, or The baby cried the whole way home. [ Late 1700s ]
Completely, as in I’m on your side all the way. [ First half of 1900s ]
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