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all: sb. “all our,” of us all John IV. ii. 102, Cor. IV. vi. 34.—adj. any whatever Mac. III. ii. 11 “Things without all remedy.” —adv. only, exclusively All'sW. III. ii. 71, Lr. I. i. 102, Sonn. lxxvi. 5.—“all too,” altogether too 2H4 V. ii. 24.—conj. although R3 IV. iv. 226 “Thy head, all indirectly, gave direction.”
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