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On the whole.‘all in all it's been a good year’
all things considered, considering everything, on the whole, taking everything into account, taking everything into consideration, at the end of the day, when all's said and doneView synonyms
- ‘It was hard at times, like when money was tight, but all in all, he was great.’
- ‘Taken all in all, this is probably the biggest humanitarian relief operation in history.’
- ‘The bar is set very high for animations now and all in all, this is just a distinctly average film.’
- ‘It's an extremely odd little movie, all in all, and it's a little tough to understand the high expectations.’
- ‘This was the first outing and all in all, a very successful learning experience.’
- ‘So all in all, it was a very nice evening and I thank everyone who voted me the thing but couldn't be present.’
- ‘But all in all, Brown has good reason to envy the performance of the American economy.’
- ‘So, all in all, I have begun looking for shows I think come from this sort of thinking.’
- ‘So, all in all, it baffles me that more British anglers don't hunt out asp specifically when they're travelling abroad.’
- ‘So all in all, they are asking you to close your eyes and believe.’
- ‘But all in all, I would much rather have been running on the straight.’
- ‘So, all in all, I would still say the economy is a major issue for American voters at this point.’
- ‘Although the site may have been different, all in all, the annual celebration of this culture was a success.’
- ‘So all in all, apart from the obvious need to drive, I think it's something I really want to do.’
- ‘It took barely five minutes to respond to my call following a heart attack, and all in all no less than four medics were in attendance.’
- ‘There was no point in justifying her actions because all in all, it embarrassed HIM!’
- ‘But all in all, I was pretty confident coming back in here this morning.’
- ‘It is, all in all, quite a spectacular living space, and there is a strange feeling of deja vu.’
- ‘I think we both recognised that what we had done was, all in all, a low-down thing.’
- ‘They wreak havoc on our nervous systems and, all in all, make for generally unsavoury experiences.’
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