Sentence examples for All from high-quality English sources.

  • All production and exploitation of all programmes will comply with applicable BBC guidelines.

  • Nehru, said, “India belongs to everybody — all communities, all religions, all cultures.”

  • If all A-worlds are B-worlds and all B-worlds are C-worlds, then all A-worlds are C-worlds.

  • The FCO in the UK advises against all travel to Hubei province, and all but essential travel to China as a whole.

Use All in a sentence.

  • All these evenings, all that investment, all that humanism, all those Motherwell prints—yes, all that money, my money—for that?

  • It also does not consist in sex between an all-bad man and an all-good woman; or, by the same principle, between an all-good man and an all-bad woman.

  • It's a big gay town, San Francisco, and they're the ones with all the compromised immune systems from all the protease inhibitors and all the other stuff," Steyn said.

  • But I believe they deserve all the rights, all the support, all the love, all the affection, all of the rights that the state can afford.

  • Transportation, restaurants all over the country, schools all over the country, workplaces all over the country, bars and restaurants all over the country.

  • Treating such debates as all or nothing, and games as all-good or all-bad, risks drowning out some of the more nuanced discussions that scientific researchers are trying to have.

  • If you saw her at home, she would be grimly bouncing on an exercise ball, muttering, “All best, all best, all best, all best” and wondering whom to say it to next.

  • I then reviewed the nominations and selected the final "board," ensuring it included people from all office locations, all functional areas, all backgrounds, and from all levels within the organization.

All sentence examples

  • The 1990s band opened the concert with the message: “We welcome all ages, all races, all gender identities, all countries of origin, all sexual orientations, all religions and beliefs, all abilities.”

  • For all the games he oversaw, all the wins and losses and draws, all the press conferences, all the contretemps, that tender and heartbreaking image of a man lost in thought about his late son in the hour of his greatest triumph wipes the floor with all others.

  • While celebrating our differences – all those songs, all those chyrons, all those haircuts – it also highlights our similarities – all those souls, all those feelings, all that love – which together compel our species into a single endeavour of collective bliss.

  • and then entered on a fearful catalogue of all the illnesses I had been guilty of, and all the acts of sleeplessness I had committed, and all the high places I had tumbled from, and all the low places I had tumbled into, and all the injuries I had done myself, and all the times she had wished me in my grave, and I had contumaciously refused to go there.

All


  • adj all

    - completely given to or absorbed by

    Example: became all attention


  • adj all

    - (quantifier) used with either mass or count nouns to indicate the whole number or amount of or every one of a class

    Example: we sat up all night


  • adv all

    - to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent; Completely or entirely

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On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for All. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.

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  • 4 sentence examples for All from The New Yorker
  • 3 sentence examples for All from The Guardian
  • 1 sentence examples for All from GutenbergBooks - War and Peace by graf Leo Tolstoy
  • 1 sentence examples for All from GutenbergBooks - Meditations by Emperor of Rome Marcus Aurelius
  • 2 sentence examples for All from BBC
  • 3 sentence examples for All from New York Times
  • 1 sentence examples for All from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • 1 sentence examples for All from Timeout
  • 2 sentence examples for All from Business Insider
  • 1 sentence examples for All from Wired.co.uk
  • 1 sentence examples for All from GutenbergBooks - Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
    There are 7 relevant lexical connections:
  • • Relevant word or phrase for All is entirely
  • • Relevant word or phrase for All is altogether
  • • Relevant word or phrase for All is completely
  • • Relevant word or phrase for All is right
  • • Relevant word or phrase for All is totally
  • • Relevant word or phrase for All is wholly
  • • Relevant word or phrase for All is whole

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