part of speech: adjective

definition 1: the whole of or every one of.

  • I waited all week for her call.
  • All men are created equal.

synonyms: complete, entire, every, full, total, whole

antonyms: no, none

definition 2: any.

  • They gave up all hope of getting there in time.

synonyms: any


part of speech: pronoun

definition 1: each of the people or things being talked about.

  • The boat they were on sank, but all were saved.

synonyms: everybody, everyone, everything, whole

antonyms: none

definition 2: the total number.

  • All of the children liked the new teacher.
  • They finished all of their work.

synonyms: each, everything

antonyms: none

definition 3: everything.

  • All is quiet tonight.

synonyms: everybody, everyone, everything, whole

antonyms: nothing


part of speech: noun

definition: everything a person has to give.

  • The soldiers gave it their all but lost the battle.

synonyms: total

phrase: at all


part of speech: adverb

definition 1: completely.

  • She is all wrong.

synonyms: altogether, completely, entirely, quite, totally, wholly

definition 2: each.

  • The score was two all.

synonyms: apiece, each