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Word "ALL" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')
Synonyms:
altogether, completely, entirely, right, totally, whole, wholly
Examples:
a totally new situation
the directions were all wrong

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
completely given to or absorbed by
Examples:
became all attention

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
(quantifier) used with either mass or count nouns to indicate the whole number or amount of or every one of a class
Examples:
we sat up all night
ate all the food
all men are mortal
all parties are welcome

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100% LA Times Daily 15 Jul 2022
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... every Adamic convention The Telegraph Toughie 07 Jul 2022
Apiece, in scores Wall Street Journal 02 Jul 2022
Home New York Times 30 Jun 2022
Everything The Telegraph Quick 28 Jun 2022
The works LA Times Daily 26 Jun 2022
100 percent Eugene Sheffer 23 Jun 2022
Completely The Times Concise 21 Jun 2022
“Abandon hope, ___ ye who enter here” New York Times 20 Jun 2022
'Abandon hope, ___ ye who enter here' New York Times 20 Jun 2022
100% Universal 18 Jun 2022
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The whole enchilada Eugene Sheffer 09 Jun 2022
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More than most LA Times Daily 19 May 2022
Every bit The Times Concise 15 May 2022
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"___ aboard!" Universal 11 May 2022
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___-purpose flour USA Today 20 Mar 2022
Purely Newsday 18 Mar 2022
'Y'all means ___' (rhyming campaign) USA Today 16 Mar 2022
Everything Wall Street Journal 15 Mar 2022
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100% Eugene Sheffer 22 Jan 2022
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Every one Canadiana 01 Nov 2021
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'___ Eyez on Me' (film about Tupac Shakur) The Washington Post Sunday 26 Jul 2020
___-inclusive The Washington Post Sunday 19 Jul 2020
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Tide competitor
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Opposite of none
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The whole shebang
The entirety
Part of APB
Nothing but
Alternative to none
Entirely
Fully
The entirety
Exclusively
Every single one
Every single one
Pledge of Allegiance ender
100%
Everything
It leaves nothing
Jack-of-___-trades
More than many
What monopolists have
With 38- and 50-Across, 1967 Beatles hit
Tide competitor
"___ I'm saying is ..."
Oasis "___ Around the World"
Word indicating a tie
Inclusive term
Word with "nighter"
"Good Morning to ___" (song adapted into "Happy Birthday to You")
The whole amount
Last word in the Pledge of Allegiance
Full commitment
Apiece, in scores
Word in a tied score
Winner's take, often
'-- aboard!'
APB part
Completely
"___ that and a bag of chips"
What some winners take
This puzzle's theme word
Everything included
Everything
Without exception
Apiece, in game scores
With no exception
Not just some
The whole schmear
The works
__ but (very nearly)
Word with pro or purpose
Start of a Musketeer credo
"___ My Loving" (1963 Beatles song)
"___ things considered ..."
Catch-___
Every bit
Every little bit
Everything
The whole nine yards
The whole shebang
Tide competitor
"He think he ___ that"
Reply-___ (oft-abused email option)
Monopolist's share
Every one
100 percent
Every one
With 1-Down, 1932 jazz hit
Eric Carmen "___ by Myself"
Comprehensively
Entirely
Everything
Only amount that satisfies the greedy
Without exception
The works
The whole enchilada
Reply ___ (email option)
Purely
Carly Simon "___ I Want Is You"
Maximum effort
100%
Totality
What a gimel means on a dreidel
With 50 Across, done with prime time?
With 25-Down, football star
Apiece, at Wimbledon
Winner's take
Lock, stock and barrel
Hoarder's goal
The whole shebang
Pledge of Allegiance ender
Every little bit
Every bit
Apiece, in game scores
100 percent
Everything
Musketeer motto word
Nothing's opposite
Pledge of Allegiance ender
The whole nine yards
The works
___ in a day's work
More than a lion's share
What "the lion's share" originally meant
One hundred percent
Wholly
"The Sum of ___ Fears"
Everything or everyone
What the winner takes?
Winner's take?
Word with "pro" or "purpose"
___-day sucker
100%
"Nothing" alternative
"___ Is Lost" (2013 Robert Redford film)
Porky's penultimate parting word
Every bit
Without exception
Pledge of Allegiance ender
First and last word of the Musketeers' motto
"Gliding Over ___" (Walt Whitman poem)
The works
Descendents sister band
"It's ___ In Your Mind" Beck
"I'm ___ right Jack, keep your hands off my stack"
100%
With 39-Down, hot
Pledge of Allegiance ending
Nothing but
Every last bit
American leader?
"Can't we ___ just get along?"
___-hands (company-wide meeting)
Detergent brand
"___ done!"
Apiece, at Wimbledon
Detergent brand
Every last one
Part of "snafu"
"___ aboard!"
"___ the Way" (Sinatra standard)
Monopolist's amount
Musketeer motto word
None's opposite
Nothing alternative
Nothing's alternative
One's partner?
The largest share possible
Accompanier of "thumbs" and "ears"
Without exceptions
Word with "pro" or "purpose"
Word with "thumbs" or "ears"
___-American
100%
Up, in scores
Without exception
Entirely
Everybody
Kit and caboodle
The entire lot
More than most
Carry-___
Everything
Pledge of Allegiance finisher
Completely
Everything
Totally
With 58-Across, guys-only
"___ the Small Things" Blink-182
Descendents album
Sammy Hagar "Winner Takes It ___"
Warlock "___ We Are"
Detergent brand
Exclusively
Fab alternative
". . . with liberty and justice for ___"
Completely
Hook, line and sinker
Musketeer motto word
Tennis score word
The whole enchilada
Winner's take, sometimes
Each and every one
End of the Three Musketeers' motto
Every last one
Everything and everyone
Lock, stock and barrel
None's opposite
Nothing alternative
Porky's penultimate parting word
Porky's penultimate word
Tie term, in sports
Total amount
Word with "Is that" or "That is"
Word with ears and thumbs
Tide rival
To a man
With 48-Across, shout at the station
Have it __
"___ Things Considered" (NPR's flagship news program)
Best effort
The whole ball of wax
Word before night or right
The whole enchilada
With 53-Across, completely wrong
"Th-th-that's ___, folks!"
"That's ___, folks!"
Every bit of
Every last one
Every one
Part of "APB" or "ATV"
Have it __
Hook, line and sinker
Musketeer motto word
Tennis score word
The whole enchilada
Tide rival
To a man
With 48-Across, shout at the station
Everyone
Monopolist's portion
End of a school pledge
Alternative to nothing
"__ My Sons": Arthur Miller play
American leader?
Every last one
More than most
Word of unanimity
"Can't we ___ just get along?"
100 percent
More than most
Utterly
Cheer competition
Wholly
The ___-American Rejects
Nothing but
Sum total
The lot
"__ My Sons": Arthur Miller play
"___ That Jazz"
Each and every one
Kit and caboodle
Not just some
Nothing's opposite
Opposite of none
Penultimate word of Warner Bros. cartoons
Tennis score word
The largest share
With no exceptions
___ in a day's work
___ thumbs (clumsy)
American leader?
___-American
See 44-Down
End of some scores
Entirely
Every last one
More than most
Pledge of Allegiance ender
The whole shebang
Word of unanimity
"___ right"
Winner's take, often
The entire lot
Alternative to nothing
100 percent
Bold competitor
Completely
___ thumbs (clumsy)
With no exceptions
Winner's take
The most you can get
Start of a Musketeer credo
The largest share possible
__-American
Once and for ___
Bar none
"___ my sons" (line from "The Godfather")
Partner of one?
"This above ___, to thine own . . ."
With 26-Across, Kellogg's cereal
Start and end of the Three Musketeers' motto
"Is that ___?"
American leader?
Purely
___in a day's work
___-American
Word with "thumbs" or "ears"
Everyone
The entirety
Last word of the Pledge of Allegiance
"Pledge of Allegiance" ender
A hundred percent
Completely
Greatest possible
Inclusive word
Winner's take, sometimes
Tie indicator
Wisk alternative
__-American
The works
Everyone
Apiece, in tennis
100%
See 72-Down
Everyone
Entirely
Without exception
With 4 Down, unsurpassed
Last word of the Pledge of Allegiance
"___ finished!"
The whole ball of wax
30-___ (tennis score)
With no exceptions
The whole kit and caboodle
"small & mighty" detergent
Pledge of Allegiance finisher
Part of ATV
The whole ball of wax
"___ the Way" (Sinatra standard)
Everybody
Porky's penultimate parting word
The lot
Dumas motto word
"___ I Have to Do Is Dream"
Monopolist's portion
Unstinting amount
Total effort
Sum total
SNAFU part
Every bit
Word in the Three Musketeers' motto
Without exceptions
End of the Three Musketeers' motto
Word with "fours" and "hours"
Whole shebang
"small & mighty" detergent
The whole enchilada
___ Saints' Day
Word with purpose?
Word with "fours" and "hours"
Word with "clear" or "in"
Accompanier of thumbs and ears
Tie score indicator
100%
Every last bit
Nothing alternative
Every
Heart and soul
The ___ Music Guide
Everything
Everybody
The whole ball of wax
SNAFU part
Heart and soul
Every
Free-for- --
The whole wide world
Every one
Everybody
"__ men make faults": Shakespeare, Sonnet 35
The whole kit and caboodle
With no omissions
Every last crumb
Every bit
Bold competitor
One's partner
The lot
"___ hands on deck!"
Each and every
Entirely
First word of "California Dreamin"'
It's even in tennis
Word with "night" or "right"
Winner's take, sometimes
Unstinting amount
Penultimate word of Warner Bros. cartoons
Maximum effort
Inclusive word
Hoarder's goal
"... with liberty and justice for ___"
Last word of the Pledge of Allegiance
Each, in scores
Beginning and end of 20-Across's motto
One's partner
Apiece, in scores
With no omissions
Tide competitor
The whole kit and caboodle
Every one
"__ men make faults": Shakespeare, Sonnet 35
"Is that __?"
Whole kit and caboodle
Pledge of Allegiance closer
"___ Too Human" (Stephanopoulos memoir)
"Where Have ___ the Flowers Gone?"
ATV part
Antepenultimate ring-around-the-rosy word
The works
Completely
Counterpart of nothing
Last word in the Pledge of Allegiance
Nothing but
Part of APB
Word in tennis scores
Totality
Word with "night" or "right"
Type of American
"Is that __?"
Unilever detergent
With 50-Down, like the children in "A Visit From St. Nicholas"
Part of ATV
Part of APB
Top-to-bottom
___ clear
Word with night or right
Word left off the end of the clue at 13-Down
Part of SNAFU
The whole shooting match
Totally
Each, in sports scores
Aggregate amount
Barring none
Everything in sight
More than most
Top to bottom, A to Z, etc.
Hog's goal
Tide rival
Best effort
The whole schmear
Every bit
Soup to nuts
Bar none
"__ the King's Men"
"__ of Me"
"__ I Have to Do Is Dream"
Fully
Free-for-___
Everything included
"__ I Have to Do Is Dream"
Soup to nuts
Everything
Bar none
"__ the King's Men"
"__ of Me"
See 38 Down
Not just some
Every iota
Apiece, in scores
The works
"___ or nothing!"
"___ That Jazz"
Word hidden in this puzzle's longest answers
Each, in scores
Each and every
The whole enchilada
The whole kit and caboodle
The whole shebang
The whole shooting match
Clear start?
Last word of the Pledge of Allegiance
Tie-score word
Word with time or purpose
Three Musketeers cry starter
Winner's take
Complete
Bold competitor
The whole enchilada
100%
Kind of star?
Every one
___ Saints' Day (November 1)
"... with liberty and justice for ___"
With 100-Down, combined into a single unit
"___ hands on deck!"
Apiece, in scores
Jack-of-___-trades
Totality
With 30-Down, like some deals
___ Saints' Day
Each and every
Each, in scores
Arthur Miller's "___ My Sons"
Every last one
Pledge of Allegiance finisher
___ right
Dumas motto word
Start and end of the Three Musketeers' motto
Word before, after — or both before and after — "in"
The whole shooting match
Monopoly portion?
Word hidden in this puzzle's longest answers
Hoarder's goal
The whole shootin' match
Snafu part
"Is that ___?"
___ England Club
"It's ___ True" (1993)
"Th-th-that's ___, folks!"
Snafu part
The lot
The whole thing
Tie term, in sports
"__ Along the Watchtower"
Everything
The entirety
The total extent
Wholly
Wholly
Word with in or out
Word with thumbs or ears
Bold competitor
"___ My Sons" (Arthur Miller play)
More than most
ATV part
Word with fours and hours
Without exception
With 5-Down, complete
Surf alternative
Start and end of the Three Musketeers' motto
Snafu part
Last word of the Pledge of Allegiance
Free-for-___
"Up" alternative, in a score
Accompanier of thumbs and ears
For ___ the marbles
The whole thing
"__ in the Family"
Part of ATV
Every little bit
Bag and baggage
Tie term, in sports
The whole thing
Laundry detergent brand
Wisk rival
With 65-Across, lasting from dawn to dusk
Tide alternative
Completely
Every bit
___ but (practically)
Musketeer motto word
Every one of
Bar none
"__ of Me"
Whole kit and caboodle
Without exception
Apiece
Nothing partner
Winner's take?
Exclusively
Per team, in scores
Whole kit and caboodle
Partner of one?
Part of ATV
Clue word missing from 20-, 36-, and 55-Across
'-- of You' ('84 hit)
"And thou art __ my child": Shak.
Musketeer motto word
Last word in the Pledge of Allegiance
Every last drop
The works
"And thou art __ my child": Shak.
Tied, in a way
See 21-Across
Part of ATV
The whole enchilada
Start of a Musketeer credo
Apiece, at Wimbledon
"___ Over but the Shoutin'" (book by 28-Across)
Alternative to nothing
Partner of one?
Each, in sports scores
Part of ATV
Clue word missing from 20-, 36-, and 55-Across
Nothing antithesis
"___ Things Considered"
"___ aboard!"
Bar none
Apiece, in tennis scores
Every last one
Everything
"This above ___, to thine own..."
"That's _____ folks!"
Excluding none
Star starter
The whole kit and caboodle
What the winner takes
Whole ball of wax
The whole enchilada
"__ in the Family"
___-nighter
Tie term
The lot
Pledge of Allegiance ender
Dryden's "___ for Love"
Apiece, in scores
"___ in the Family"
Gain competition
Bold alternative
More than many
Every smidgen
Dryden's '-- for Love'
Alternative to nothing
The whole of it
Catch-__
Each, in a score
Musketeer motto word
100%
Nothing but
Herriot title start
Amount to bet, maybe
Apiece, in scores
Winner's take
Wholly
With 57-Across, comforting signal
Half and half
Every last bit
"___ She Wrote"
Once and for __
Era rival
Best effort
Bar none
"By __ means!"
'-- Shook Up ('57 smash)'
The whole ball of wax
More of quote
Musketeer's word
"__ My Children"
"__ in the Family"
"___ in the Family"
Catch-__
Each, in a score
Nothing but
Wholly
With 57-Across, comforting signal
None excluded
Utterly
With 43-Across, sane
Apiece, in sports scores
Every
Lock, stock, and barrel
Snafu part
The whole enchilada
Dryden's '_____ for Love'
One's partner
One hundred percent
It's this or nothing!
Word with pro or purpose
The whole shooting match
"_____ That Jazz"
The whole shooting match
More than a lion's share
The whole nine yards
Every last one
More then most
Word before "that" or "there"
Everyone
Exclusively
Word with pro or purpose
100 percent
Every bit
The whole nine yards
Every little bit
Last word in the Pledge of Allegiance
See 90-Across
More than a lion's share
Wholly
Entirely
See 41-Down
15 ___ (tennis score)
Not just some
100 percent
Bold competitor
100%
Part of snafu
"-- That Jazz"
Every last one
Sans exception
Part of APB or ATV
The whole schmear
Every bit of
Era rival
. . . as __ get-out
The full monty, in a way
Appears after "after"
Half and half?
Everyone
To a man
Lacking nothing
Lion's share?
Lions share?
Start for April first
Synonym of 30 Down
Totality
Every ounce
___ I Need Is Love
"_____ in the Family"
The whole shebang
Tie-score word
100 percent
Apiece, in game scores
Each
100%
Every
Give it your ___
Total of
Lion s share?
Every last one
Inclusive word
Totally
Every bit
"Why Not Take _____ of Me?"
The lot
__ or nothing
__ ears (attentive)
Tennis term
Musketeer motto word
Every one
Word before clear or hail
Word before "that" or "there"
Wholly
___ I want for Christmas . . .
___ thumbs: clumsy
Sum total
Hook, line, and sinker
Kit and caboodle
Unstinting amount
"___ Too Human"
Set or wet preceder
Part of APB
The whole shootin' match
Winner's take?
Winner's bounty, sometimes
Kit and caboodle
Disney has been ordered to pay $240 million to ____ Pro Sports Camps for stealing ideas
How many sons in a Miller play?
Winner's take, often
Word in a tied score
Nothing excepted
Garth Brooks' Touch 'Em ___ Foundation
___ -day sucker
Tide rival
One's partner?
The whole nine yards
Kit and caboodle
Winner's take
The bunch
One hundred percent
Everything
End of a school pledge
Total amount
Total
Pig's desire
"___ the Way": Sinatra hit
"___ My Children"
"I'm ___ ears"
____ in the Family
____ My Children
Word before spice or star
Total
Table's take for some
Starter for spice and star
Nothing excepted
As ____ get-out
The aggregate
Word with set or wet
Wholly
More than many
Each, in tennis
_____ thumbs (clumsy)
Word before spice or star
The sum total
"Snafu" part
Everyone included
Penultimate word of Warner Brothers cartoons
Nothing's alternative
Unilever detergent brand
Winner's take?
Washday brand
Solely
Every last iota
1-Down doubled
Lion's share, and more
The A in ATV
The entirety
____ That Jazz
___-nighter
Word in The Three Musketeers' motto
Hook, line and sinker
Whole
"___in the Family
Start (and end) of the Three Musketeers' motto
"___ in the Family"
___ at once
____ thumbs: clumsy
____ in: exhausted
The whole ball game
"That's ___!"
Nothing's alternative
The whole shootin' match
The whole shooting match
Whole shebang
Entirety
On ____ fours
Every one of
___fours
___gone
"____ in the Family"
___in a day's work
In toto
Berlin's ____ Alone
"___in the Family"
Part of A.P.B.
Sum total
Whole
Each and every
Monopolist's amount
Entire
Winner's take
Wholly
While
Alternative to 22 Down
"____ hail!"
"The works"
``___ for one . . ."
Winner's take?
Tell ___: blab
One's partner
One's companion
Nothing but
Nothing antithesis
Entire number
Pledge of Allegiance ending
Aggregate
Entirety
Hoarder's goal
_____-American
Tennis term
Miller's "___ My Sons"
Nothing alternative
"___ for one . . . "
Go ___ out (hustle)
Start of Nev.'s motto
Entire
"___ of Me"
"___ the King's Men"
"Winner takes ___"
"___ of Me," 1931 song
"Like Niobe, ___ tears": Shak.
Utterly
One's companion
___ thumbs (awkward)
"___ Way," 1957 hit
"___ in the Family"
"___ the King's Men": Warren
Root and branch
"Time wounds ___ heels"
___ in (weary)
"___ for Love": Dryden
Start of a Remarque title
"___ the Way," Sinatra hit
___ in (tuckered out)
Word with told or star
"___ of Me," 1931 hit
"___ is gas and gaiters": Dickens
Benchley's "Of ___ Things"
Word with ears, heart or thumbs
" . . . ___ the Marbles," Falk film
Nothing's alternate
The universe
Totally
" . . . liberty and justice for ___"
Kind of American
Exercise: Part II
Every bit
"Give ___ to Love": Emerson
Quite
Emerson's "Give ___ to Love"
Ultimate effort
"___ Shook Up": Presley hit
The whole
Everyone
Everybody
In toto
The whole hog
___ Souls College, Oxford
Any whatever
"___ the Way," 1957 hit song
"___ Shook Up," Presley hit
Hog's quest
___ of a piece
To a man
Every
Cure pursuer
"___ These Women," 1964 Bergman film
"Knute Rockne, ___ American"
"___ the Way," 1957 song
"___ the Marbles," Falk film
With no exceptions
"___ a green willow . . . "
Hog's want
Nothing's partner
Totality; whole
Tennis term for "tied"
" . . . justice for ___"
Be or end follower
"___ That Jazz"
Mosel's "___ the Way Home"
Warren's "___ the King's Men"
"___ Alone"
Part of A-O.K.
Three Musketeers' word
Start of the Musketeers' slogan
With 55 Across, candidate for the N.F.L.
"Like Niobe, ___ tears": Hamlet
What a hog wants
Word with star or pro
Start of the Three Musketeers' motto
Hog's desire
"Stay Alive ___ Your Life": Peale
"And ___ our yesterdays . . . ": Macbeth
"You're ___ I Need" (old song)
Court word
Nothing's antithesis
Still and ___
Lion's share
"It's ___ in the game"
___ star game
One and ___
"One for ___"
"I'm so ___ alone . . . "
___ in the game
Lock, stock and barrel
___ fours
___ and sundry
"I'm so ___ alone"
"___ aboard!"
___ wet
Above ___ (primarily)
Those summoned aboard
Winner take ___
Love's conquest
"___ is lost"
___ or nothing
___ to the good
Winner's take, at times
"___ the king's horses"
"___ that glisters . . . "
Drink
___ for one
___ aboard
Inclusive word
"___ is forgiven"
"___ Alone."
Games in a sweep.
Lion's share.
One's companion.
Still and ___.
Give one's ___.
That's ___.
Wholly.
Word for a tie, in tennis.
Word with out or aboard
___ clear.
Without exception.
___ told.
"Merry Christmas to ___ . . . "
Once and for ___.
One's partner.
The works.
Partner of one.
Quite.
Nothing but.
Everyone.
Total.
"___ dressed up . . . "
"___ the king's horses . . . "
Completely.
Every bit.
The whole affair.
Fifteen ___.
Thirty ___.
"___ for Love."
Each and every.
Partner of 37 Across.
100 per cent.
Partner of good.
___ aboard!
___ hands.
Totality.
Tennis term.
Entire company.
Any whatever.
___ of (fully).
___ in the day's work.
You ___.
Everything.
Every member.
Greatest possible.
___ aboard.
100 percent.
One's worldly assets.
___ fours.
One and ___.
By ___ means.
"This above ___ . . . "
Of ___ things!
Exclusively.
Solely.
The aggregate.
___ but (nearly).
Homonym of awl.
The lion's share.
Root-and-branch.
Apiece.
The ensemble.
Complete.
The whole lot.
Root and branch.
One's entire assets.
___ along.
Entirety.
Entire.
Utmost effort: Colloq.
Apiece, in tennis.
___ hail.
___ in.
Apiece, on the court.
100%.
Every Tom, Dick, and Harry.
Part of a tennis score.
The greatest possible.
A clean sweep.
Entirely.
The whole hog.
Apiece, as in tennis.
Opposite of nothing.
Word used after pronouns in the South.
One's whole interest.
Free for ___.
"___ the Things You Are."
___ the King's Men.
___ American.
Tutti.
"And ___ through the house . . . "
Utmost.
"___ Men Are Brothers."
Perfect.
Everybody.
The whole.
"Or shear swine, ___ cry and no wool."—Butler.
Each one of.
"Love ___, trust a few."—Taming of the Shrew.
First word of "California Dreamin'"
Every ounce
Completely
Complete
"___ the King's Men" (Robert Penn Warren)
"___ I'm saying is..."
"___ About That Bass"
Gross
Lion's share
Nothing but
The lot
The universe
The whole shebang
Total
Whole schmear
___ clear
First word in Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train"
First word in "Would It Be Loverly?"
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