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all-round all-around.
All Saints' Day in some Christian churches, a festival on November 1 that celebrates all the saints; Allhallows.
all set completely ready. [2 definitions]
All Souls' Day in some Christian churches, a day of prayer for the dead, usu. on November 2.
allspice the aromatic berry of a West Indian tree of the myrtle family, or the tree itself. [2 definitions]
all-star made up entirely of superior performers. [2 definitions]
all the same nevertheless; nonetheless. [2 definitions]
all the time very often.
all thumbs not well coordinated or dextrous, esp. in using the hands; clumsy.
all-time of all time; never greater; unsurpassed.
all told including everyone or everything; counting all.
allude to refer to indirectly or in passing (usu. fol. by "to").
allure to attract by appealing to desires or wishes; tempt. [4 definitions]
alluring strongly attracting; tempting; enchanting.
allusion an indirect reference to or mention of something.
allusive referring to something implied or inferred; containing an allusion. [2 definitions]
alluvial of or pertaining to a flood plain or to sediment deposited by flowing water.
alluvium sand, soil, gravel, or the like deposited by moving water, as along a river bed. (Cf. eluvium.)
all wet completely wrong; mistaken.
ally to unite or connect in a formal alliance (usu. fol. by "to" or "with"). [5 definitions]
Alma-Ata the largest city of Kazakhstan and a former capital.