One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Everything possible or available; every aspect of the situation.‘I'm going for the whole schmear’
- ‘He anchors the whole shmear with some fat bass.’
- ‘Credit the still-tight bandly playing for keeping the whole shmear from turning into a solipsistic acoustic mess.’
- ‘People gave him a soldier's burial, twenty-one guns, the whole shmeer.’
- ‘Oh, can I have a half a dozen of those and hook my friend up here with the whole shmear - you know, clubs, bats, shoes, glove, shirts, pants.’
- ‘I can't help feeling that this also brings the things that appall me - the anger, the punitiveness, the blood and suffering and the whole shmeer.’
- ‘And the whole shmear will be ‘parametrically processed on Substrate Technologies.’’
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