Common misspellings for all

youall, hall, uaualy, dahl, vally, tll, eaqul, eaily, isall, aloue, alloow, yall, alol, aoili, asl, aliv, toall, alli, i'llo, illig, abell, allee, allly, awhil, aliey, usially, allha, atuly, eaual, eually, apl, eagl, ollow, wwall, mll, apeall, adl, allthow, allof, kll, alloof, aplle, aal, balll, alere, aml, halll, allic, alle, aful, walll, aliah, ou'll, ali, allthough, uaual, allarm, kall, goall, wlal, aapl, 20ll, als, diall, apliy, ihale, alliy, fall2010, lll, llll, ya'll, allyn, yeall, axl, wlel, arpil, i'lle, sahll, eqally, earlly, atilla, uhall, awfal, areall, allthe, alltho, nall, useall, uslly, oilly, akil, amll, wlil, aly, acller, airly, abl, alliey, aoll, aligh, eall, acally, reall, aloow, ahll, aball, you'all, apllo, apoll, alx, alw, ahlf, rall, alllow, apul, atl, cll, atill, alawy, acully, apallo, ald, ealer, adul, azilla, allour, alloe, acl, ffall, aller, allem, alld, i'ill, hll, w'll, malll, aonly, alla, alo, all6, alf, abll, akali, falll, emall, oarlly, allfor, allum, chall, anl, awell, atll, ually, allaah, i'lll, call, falle, awfall, awflly, aculy, aerly, ealiy, lal, alil, aclu, unally, allel, fall, auual, uaually, alliby, alcoh, uaully, easlly, atully, aweel, fll, allage, olli, allwow, asll, sll, allaw, uhaul, alb, apirl, ieally, alowd, ugaly, feall, sall, hllo, alugh, ofall, awll, ealily, usaull, airlie, uually, acall, bll, achol, wall, acul, orall, icale, awhle, dall, alok, ablle, allin, alln, allon, alwya, allthou, wll, u'll, acial, allso, allpy, alllah, arill, alsu, alm, allwho, aplly, alala, ewll, ealr, alwy, allw, allthogh, alvy, 99all, ailoi, alled, valla, allibi, yalle, ewall, ccall, allo, oall, acll, allday, iasl, athle, amall, also0, acholl, eagal, acuall, aloww, unill, iall, also7, calll, ull, awill, inall, awall, avlue, i'll, erlly, amill, eally, atul, allyour, onall, pll, atall, ecell, alll, talll, aill, aln, orlly, allor, erll, dalli, falw, ollar, allto, allie, aulio, ala, ablw, ecally, tall, ellow, alu, jaill, alloun, apull, eyball, alck, allwo, usallly, abull, allat, ciall, bball, caall, allod, afull, allpw, daoll, algy, 400xll5, oll, allt, 8all, anull, ecall, acell, ahley, allowme, aduil, vall, usall, ewally, io'll, apell, alsio, add'l, alllto, alk, alolow, allok, afell, allmy, aufull, argyll, cqall, aimal, ll, aigal, afl, allar, alorm, a1l, aall, akll, al1, alall, alkl, allk, allll, alllll, amml, aqll, jall, alleil, aillie, allue, alour, allough, alr, ar'l, at'all, allby, dalle, daylli, ealir, halla, aul, ayley, imall, aol, olld, rll, eller, allah, y'alll, yah'll, y'all, yawll.

Definitions of all

  1.   Any.
  2.   Wholly; entirely; quite.
  3.   to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent; " he was wholly convinced"; " entirely satisfied with the meal"; " it was completely different from what we expected"; " was completely at fault"; " a totally new situation"; " the directions were all wrong"; " It was not altogether her fault"; " an altogether new approach"; (` whole' is often used informally for ` wholly' as in" a whole new idea")
  4.   quantifier; used with either mass or count nouns to indicate the whole number or amount of or every one of a class; " we sat up all night"; " ate all the food"; " all men are mortal"; " all parties are welcome"
  5.   The whole; every one.
  6.   The whole of: every one of.
  7.   The whole; each and every person or thing.
  8.   In composition, enlarges or adds force to the meaning; thus " all- absorbing" means absorbing or engrossing to the exclusion of everything else.
  9.   The whole number, quantity, or amount; the entire thing; everything included or concerned; the aggregate; the whole; totality; everything or every person; as, our all is at stake.
  10.   The whole of.
  11.   Wholly; completely.
  12.   The whole number of: the whole quantity, extent, duration, amount, quality, or degree.
  13.   Wholly: completely: entirely.
  14.   The whole; everything. All but, almost. It is all one, quite the same. All the better, better by the whole difference. All in all, everything to one; as a whole; altogether. At all, in the least degree- used byway of enforcement or emphasis, usually in negative or interrogative sentences. All along, throughout. All in the wind, too close to the wind, so that the sails shake in it only: wavering; uncertain.
  15.   The whole: everything.
  16.   The whole number; the entire thing.
  17.   A whole; one's entire possessions.
  18.   The whole quantity, extent, duration, amount, quality, or degree of; the whole; the whole number of; any whatever; every; as, all the wheat; all the land; all the year; all the strength; all happiness; all abundance; loss of all power; beyond all doubt; you will see us all ( or all of us).
  19.   Although; albeit.
  20.   Even; just. ( Often a mere intensive adjunct.)
  21.   Wholly; completely; altogether; entirely; quite; very; as, all bedewed; my friend is all for amusement.
  22.   The whole; the whole quantity or amount; total; aggregate.
  23.   Only; alone; nothing but.
  24.   The whole quantity of, as substance, duration, extent, amount, or degree; the whole number of, collectively, as individuals, particulars, or parts; every, as all kinds; any. used after a preposition or verb; as, free from all thought of danger.
  25.   Wholly; when used in union with other words, all generally denotes wholly, completely, or perfectly.

Quotes of all

  1. Jonathan is that brilliant little fire that burns within us all that lives only for those moments when we reach perfection. – Richard Bach
  2. There's a button that goes On and I'm On. And when I go On, there is almost no me; there is just a character who is doing all this. – Gisele Bundchen
  3. I am not solicitous to examine particularly everything here, which indeed could not be done in fifty years, because my desire is to make all possible discoveries, and return to your Highnesses, if it please our Lord, in April. – Christopher Columbus
  4. When I die I want to decompose in a barrel of porter and have it served in all the pubs in Dublin. – J. P. Donleavy
  5. The sun, with all those planets revolving around it and dependent on it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had nothing else in the universe to do. – Galileo Galilei
  6. You have to understand that once an indictment has been signed, all countries that are signature to the U. N. charter will hand a person straight over. You don't have to go through the normal extradition process. – Tony Greig
  7. When I was younger, my family would go camping and fishing on our ranches. My dad loves being around all kinds of animals. He's the one who got me to be a really big animal lover. – Paris Hilton
  8. America is becoming more and more dependent upon imports from foreign manufacturers than we are exports from our country in all fields: in appliances, in clothing, even food. This year America may become for the first time in its history a net food importer. – Marcy Kaptur
  9. The history of all countries shows that the working class exclusively by its own effort is able to develop only trade -union consciousness. – Vladimir Lenin
  10. I could never be a manager. All I have is natural ability. – Mickey Mantle
  11. I'm pro -life. I'll do all I can to see every baby is created with a future and potential. The legislature should do all it can to protect human life. – Sarah Palin
  12. When you work for something, you appreciate it more. So what are y'all going to do with all the opportunities you inherited that you didn't have to work for? – Tavis Smiley
  13. All poetry has to do is to make a strong communication. All the poet has to do is listen. The poet is not an important fellow. There will also be another poet. – Stevie Smith
  14. Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense. – Gertrude Stein
  15. Most of all the other beautiful things in life come by twos and threes, by dozens and hundreds. Plenty of roses, stars, sunsets, rainbows, brothers and sisters, aunts and cousins, but only one mother in the whole world. – Kate D. Wiggins

Usage examples for all

  1. “ " Oh, not at all Selina replies. ” – 'O Thou, My Austria!' by Ossip Schubin
  2. All now was still. ” – Swamp Island by Mildred A. Wirt
  3. And I am happy now that I'm back with all of you. ” – The Captives by Hugh Walpole
  4. What did you- all say to him? ” – With Hoops of Steel by Florence Finch Kelly
  5. Oh, I know all about that. ” – Whispering Smith by Frank H. Spearman
  6. And Fetchke did it all – The Promised Land by Mary Antin
  7. It is all right, Warrender. ” – A Country Gentleman and his Family by Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
  8. Look here, all of you! ” – Lucile Triumphant by Elizabeth M. Duffield
  9. Then what is it you all want? ” – The Village Rector by Honore de Balzac
  10. Busy all the morning at the office. ” – Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright by Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke
  11. But it will not do at all at all – The Purple Cloud by M.P. Shiel
  12. All out for Seaview!" ” – Six Little Bunkers at Cousin Tom's by Laura Lee Hope
  13. All right- I'll find it, you know. ” – The Bat by Avery Hopwood Mary Roberts Rinehart
  14. “ " Dat's all he said. ” – The Firm of Girdlestone by Arthur Conan Doyle
  15. “ That's all that's all my lady. ” – The Port of Adventure by Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson
  16. “ " I know them all – Warrior of the Dawn by Howard Carleton Browne
  17. Did I do all right? ” – Monitress Merle by Angela Brazil
  18. What did you say all the shootin was about? ” – Greener Than You Think by Ward Moore
  19. Oh, sir, what does it all mean? ” – The Childerbridge Mystery by Guy Boothby
  20. But we know Hollin, all right. ” – Prescott of Saskatchewan by Harold Bindloss

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