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all the total amount, extent, or number; every one. [12 definitions]
all- completely or exclusively. [4 definitions]
Allah in the religion of Islam, the name of the supreme deity.
all along from the beginning; the whole time.
all-American pertaining to an individual or group of players selected as the best in the United States in any particular sport. [5 definitions]
allargando gradually slower and broader, with more weight or power (used as a musical direction).
all-around able to do a variety of things; not specialized; versatile. [2 definitions]
all at once suddenly. [2 definitions]
allay to quiet or lay to rest (fears, doubts, and the like). [2 definitions]
all clear the signal that an air raid or disaster drill is over.
allegation an assertion made in the absence of positive proof. [3 definitions]
allege to state with certainty; declare. [3 definitions]
alleged claimed, usually with some amount of evidence, to be as described, although not proven so.
allegedly according to what has been alleged.
allegiance devotion or loyalty to a person, country, or cause.
allegorical having to do with allegory. [2 definitions]
allegorist one who writes or uses allegory.
allegorize to make an allegory of or treat as an allegory. [3 definitions]
allegory a device in art or literature by which abstract moral or spiritual qualities are represented by concrete characters, things, and events. [2 definitions]
allegretto light, graceful, and quick in tempo, but slower than allegro (used as a musical direction). [2 definitions]
allegro fast and brisk in tempo (used as a musical direction). [2 definitions]