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All-disgraced, - Almighty,
All-to, an adverb, meaning 'entirely,' received by some M. Edd. into the text of Sh., but not warranted by O. Edd., which have not the hyphen: “it was not she that call'd him all to nought,” Ven. 993, i. e. that call'd him good for nothing. “The very principals did seem to rend, and all to topple,” Per. III, 2, 17 (i. e. did all seem to topple).