Definition of one and all in English:

one and all

phrase

  • Everyone.

    ‘well done one and all!’
    • ‘Yeah, you see, I've tried very, very hard to come up with a paragraph that'll win me busloads of sympathy from one and all.’
    • ‘Neither firm nor trustees inquired into alternatives for members other than closing the final salary pension scheme to one and all.’
    • ‘A great night of fun and entertainment is promised to one and all with music on the night by the ever popular Quality Street.’
    • ‘Thank you one and all, including the receptionists and nurses.’
    • ‘A sincere thanks to one and all and best wishes to everyone for a very Happy Christmas and prosperous New Year.’
    • ‘The thoughts of one and all, both in the comment box and by email were appreciated.’
    • ‘A very happy New Year to one and all; and just as importantly for our industry, I hope it's prosperous.’
    • ‘His gentle and sincere disposition endeared him to one and all.’
    • ‘A good time was had by one and all and there are no complaints.’
    • ‘We had a lovely session at our ManchesterSummit, introducing one and all to Blogging.’
    without opposition, with one accord, with one mind, to a man, as one, one and all, each and every one, bar none, without exception
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