Definition of to beat all —s in US English:

to beat all —s

phrase

  • That is infinitely better than all the things mentioned.

    ‘a PC screen saver to beat all screen savers’
    • ‘It was a game to beat all games as supporters watched their favourite Waterford sport personalities go head to head on the soccer field.’
    • ‘In spite of a storm to beat all storms, there was a record turn out of punters to the Table Quiz.’
    • ‘Forget about the debate, ignore the rows over religious misrepresentation, just buy this book and enjoy a thriller to beat all thrillers.’
    • ‘They are planning to sell all their possessions in what will be a car boot sale to beat all car boot sales.’
    • ‘The visitors nearly made it the comeback to beat all comebacks.’
    • ‘Word is beginning to filter through that there s a festival to beat all festivals planned for the culture-rich village of Milltown over the August bank holiday weekend.’
    • ‘England grew into an empire to beat all empires.’
    • ‘It was a party to beat all parties and everyone had a ball and the chocolates and liquid refreshments added to the enjoyment of the afternoon.’
    • ‘The company will present one lucky reader with the prize to beat all prizes, an all expenses paid rugby party at their house with 20 of their close friends.’
    • ‘His obsession has prompted him to produce a book that contains the conspiracy theory to beat all conspiracy theories.’