Examples of All and sundry
Finally he invited all and sundry to partake of the cake and all.
I recommend this movie to all and sundry. It is genuinely interesting.
Discovered in 1930 by the American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh, this tiny world has gripped the imagination of all and sundry.
(The Independent - Science, )
Billionaire presidential candidate lashes out at all and sundry, including potential supporters, but that won't necessarily hurt him.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )
A Superdrug survey found that while 79 per cent of women will battle on regardless of their illness, men will moan to all and sundry about their ailments.
(Daily Mail - Health, )
Peter Sellers, previously of The Goon Show made himself popular by handing out medals, honours and membership of the aristocracy to all and sundry, writes VINCE CABLE.
(Daily Mail - News, )
The baby-faced assassin called Gennady Golovkin smiles when he talks to all and sundry, smiles when he walks down the street, smiles most broadly of all when he goes about his knock-out business.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )
But it's certainly a clever method of claiming to all and sundry that you have indeed taken down identified material that is breaching copyright restrictions without actually taking down any copyright material.
(Forbes - Technology, )