All and sundry
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Definition of the noun All and sundry
What does All and sundry mean as a name of something?
- (collectively) all, everyone
- synonym: one and all
- (separately) each one
"All and sundry" is a book by Melville Henry Cane.
- also known as "All and sundry; an oblique autobiography"
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The Dimwit's Dictionary (2006)
More Than 5,000 Overused Words and Phrases and Alternatives to Them by Robert Hartwell Fiske, Joseph Epstein
all and sundry A wretched redundancy (see page 25). all; everybody; everyone; everything. SEE ALSO various and sundry. From morning till night ...
by John Ayto
all and sundry everyone. 1991 Sunday Times In the manner of an ...
by Robert Allen
all and sundry people or things of every kind. The phrase appears earlier in other forms: all and some is the oldest and occurs in Chaucer (The Knight's ...
by Vijaya Kumar
all and sundry everybody All and sundry were pleased by 14.
by Bryan A. Garner
all and sundry amount or quantum annoy or molest annulled and set aside (see annul) answerable and ...
c> phrases If you refer to all and sundry, you mean everybody: The invitation is open to all and sundry. sunflower /'SAnflauo(r)/ noun: sunflowers A sunflower is a tall plant with ...
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