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all

pronunciation:
awl
parts of speech:
adjective, pronoun, noun, adverb
phrases:
after all, all in all, at all
features:
Homophone Note
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: the total amount, extent, or number; every one.
all the meatall monthall the carrots
synonyms:
aggregate, complete, entire, every, full, total, whole
antonyms:
no, none
similar words:
comprehensive, integral, universal
definition 2: any.
beyond all question
synonyms:
any
similar words:
each
definition 3: most or greatest possible.
with all speed
synonyms:
every
definition 4: every.
all manner of people
synonyms:
entire, every, total, whole
 
part of speech: pronoun
definition 1: each of the people or things mentioned or implied.
All are present today.
synonyms:
everybody, everyone, everything, whole
antonyms:
none
definition 2: the total number.
all of them
synonyms:
any, each, everything
antonyms:
none
definition 3: everything.
All is quiet tonight.
synonyms:
everybody, everyone, everything, whole
antonyms:
nothing
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: the whole; the universe; everything; totality.
synonyms:
aggregate, entirety, total, totality, whole
similar words:
cosmos, macrocosm, universe
definition 2: one's complete interest, effort, or property.
I'll give it my all.
synonyms:
entirety, sum, total, totality
phrase: after all
phrase: all in all
phrase: at all
 
part of speech: adverb
definition 1: completely.
She's all wrong.
synonyms:
altogether, completely, entirely, quite, totally, wholly
similar words:
comprehensively, exceedingly, very
definition 2: exclusively.
She completed the job all on her own time.
synonyms:
solely, wholly
definition 3: each.
The score was two all.
synonyms:
apiece, each
Homophone Note
Are you looking for the word awl (a tool for making holes)? All and awl sound alike but have different meanings.