Synonyms of 'all-out'
using one's maximum powersHe launched an all-out attack on his critics.
The car was in a total mess.
I mean I'm not a total idiot.
They can now publish a full list of candidates.
complete, , , ,
He made me look like a complete idiot.
He told me an outright lie.
We are making a thorough investigation.
You'll also have unlimited access to the swimming pool.
the possibility of a full-scale nuclear war
exhaustive, , , , , ,
The author's treatment of the subject is exhaustive.
We will be going all out to make sure it doesn't happen again.
hard, , , , ,
I kicked the bin very hard and broke my toe.
He has always been fiercely competitive.
She shivered and rubbed her arms vigorously.
The fast-food business is intensely competitive.
powerfully, , ,
He shot powerfully from 20 yards and scored.
with all your might,
She swung the hammer with all her might.
with might and main
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in the sense of complete
perfect in quality or kindHe made me look like a complete idiot.
in the sense of exhaustive
very thoroughThe author's treatment of the subject is exhaustive.
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