Definition of of all in English:

of all

phrase

  • Denoting the least likely or expected example.

    ‘Jordan, of all people, committed a flagrant foul’
    • ‘Though he says his writing was inspired by, of all people, Mickey Spillane, I suspect that's a bit of wry humor.’
    • ‘How ironic, you of all people, giving someone else a lecture on how to treat friends.’
    • ‘Amanda went weak with relief. He, of all men, had come to her rescue.’
    • ‘Baise-Moi is a hardcore French art film that was banned in, of all places, France.’