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 for one and one for all
all for one and one for all All the members of a group support each of the individual members, and the individual members pledge to support the group. Note: “All for one and one for all” is best known as the motto of the title characters in the book The Three Musketeers, by the nineteenth-century […]
- All fours
all four limbs or extremities; the four legs or feet of an animal or both arms and both legs or both hands and both feet of a person: The cat rolled off the ledge but landed on all fours. (used with a singular verb). Also called high-low-jack, old sledge, pitch, seven-up. Cards. a game for […]
- All get out
all get out noun phrase The extreme or absolute case of what is indicated: overwhelmingly white, and affluent as all get-out (late 1800s+)
- All gone
Completely finished or used up, as in There’s no milk left; it’s all gone.