completely in favor of something or someone, as in i’m all for eating before we leave, or the players are all for the new soccer coach. this colloquial phrase was first recorded in 1864.
- All for love
a drama in blank verse (1678) by dryden.
- All for the best
of the highest quality, excellence, or standing: the best work; the best students. most advantageous, suitable, or desirable: the best way. largest; most: the best part of a day. most excellently or suitably; with most advantage or success: an opera role that best suits her voice. in or to the highest degree; most fully (usually […]
- All gone
completely finished or used up, as in there’s no milk left; it’s all gone.
- All good, it's
all good, it’s sentence it’s all right; everything is cool: are you worried about the game? it’s all good, man
- All greek to
all greek to adverb phrase unintelligible (1600+)