See also: all out
all-out (not comparable)
- using every available means
- They were planning to launch an all-out attack against the enemy.
- 1995, Wendy McElroy, “Preface”, in XXX: A Woman's Right to Pornography:
- Chapter Six is an all-out defense of pornography
- 2011 March 1, Phil McNulty, “Chelsea 2 - 1 Man Utd”, in BBC:
- This was a wonderful advert for the Premier League, with both Chelsea and United intent on all-out attack - but Ferguson will be concerned at how his side lost their way after imperiously controlling much of the first period.
- 2020 April 8, “Network News: COVID-19: Questions and Answers”, in Rail, page 11:
- Will there be any further restrictions on travel?
[...] The Foreign Office has already issued an Exceptional Travel Advisory Notice for British nationals not to undertake any but essential international travel, but an all-out ban from either the British or French governments would leave Eurostar unable to run any of its international services through the Channel Tunnel.
- covering all aspects without exception
- This book is an all-out examination of a very important issue in our community.
using every available means
covering all aspects
- In a manner in which one uses every available means, sparing no effort.
- The workers went all-out in order to finish the job on time.
in a manner in which one uses every available means