All Very Well
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Definition of the adjective All Very Well
What does All Very Well mean as an attribute of a noun?
- [idiomatic] All right, to a certain extent.
- [idiomatic] True, as far as it goes.
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A "Full Course" Encyclopedia by Andrew F. Smith
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Encyclopedia of Developing Regional Communities with Information and Communication Technology (2005)
by Marshall, Stewart
We did a hundred and ten different things, all very well, the project management skills came to the fore, the PC skills came out, the business planning skills came out, and everything worked very well, until there was a hiccough with the funding.
by Robert Allen
well all very well acceptable up to a point but with reservations or other factors to take into account. The phrase originated in longer declarations such as ...
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It is all very well to copy what one sees, but it is far better to draw what one now only sees in one's memory. That is a transformation in which imagination collaborates with memory. (Edgar Degas)
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