all in all
- everything considered ⇒
all in all, it was a great success
- the object of one's attention or interest ⇒
you are my all in all
Example Sentences Including 'all in all'
And that, all in all , her behaviour has been intolerable and unreasonable, and he wanted a divorce.
And, all in all , life is pretty good, even when I'm not looking like a born again babe.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
But all in all , I'd say the biggest change to Portuguese football has been the moustaches.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
But all in all , there's not enough whimsy to lighten what is a stodgy pudding of a book.
New Scientist (1998)
It's a silver at the world championships and all in all it's not a bad start to the meet.
Globe and Mail (2003)
No, all in all , I think your presence will suffice to do the honours for the Firm.
The Endless Game
So, all in all , the odds are heavily against the honest buyer and heavily in favour of the crook.
The Tartan Ringers
Taken all in all , the creation of economic planning regions has not struck a chord with the peoples of England.
The Global Marketplace
We failed to advance past Philadelphia but, all in all , it was a strong season for us.
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