Definition of 'all over'
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But people were looking all over our shops for it. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This was the norm for nurse training all over the country. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is happening all over our country. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I study with people from all over the world. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Locals come from all over to pack a small restaurant and bar; to dine well; and then to enjoy the show. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are always loose ends all over the place. The Sun (2010) People came from all over just to hear me play that organ. Christianity Today (2000)These are carried out daily all over the country. The Sun (2011)His brush strokes are all over the work. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Our students go all over the place. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We get people from all over wanting a cuppa and taking photos. The Sun (2009)Now they seem to be all over the place. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They come from all over the world. The Sun (2010)It ended up all over the web. The Sun (2015)Britain has been drawing in people from all over the world. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There were six girlfriends from all over the country. The Sun (2016)He will have to do his hard work all over again. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She just wants it all over in two minutes. The Sun (2013)It seems that people all over the globe are represented here. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It ended up all over her after a fun food fight. The Sun (2014)People must have known because he got letters from all over the country. Times, Sunday Times (2009) People from all over the world have come here to work and then settled down to bring up the next generation. The Sun (2006)Tributes have come from all over. The Sun (2010)She said she works all over. Burning Bright (2007)They think it's all over and it almost is. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I moved to London and played almost nightly all over town. The Sun (2009)Stunning 'We were outnumbered all over the place so it makes it a bit more sweet for all these fans who came and supported us. The Sun (2014)
And the wearer is left with an all-over tan. The Sun (2009)This was followed by an all-over massage. The Sun (2008)Then get into sharing sensuous all-over body massages. The Sun (2009)She then gave me an all-over massage. The Sun (2007)Offer him a sensuous all-over body massage. The Sun (2013)My skin was left feeling squeaky clean before an all-over body massage got underway. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Taking it in turns to give each other all-over body massage would help you be comfortable together physically. The Sun (2012)And get into sharing all-over massages. The Sun (2009)Try sharing all-over body massage. The Sun (2011)Sharing an all-over body massage is a safe way to re-establish intimacy. The Sun (2007)Get into sharing all-over body massage - explained in my advice line today. The Sun (2011)An advice line today explains all-over body massage, a great way for couples to relax together. The Sun (2010)Sharing skilled, all-over body massage brings great physical pleasure and relaxation to both the giver and receiver. The Sun (2013)Offer him a relaxing all-over massage when he gets in from work - and ask for one too. The Sun (2012)Set aside time to share some sensuous all-over body massage - just the thing to help you both unwind. The Sun (2015)The face can lose its tan faster than other parts of the body, so this gave her an all-over colour. The Sun (2012)I'm considering a platinum blonde all-over colour. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Why should it be wrong to get an all-over tan, to enjoy the sensation of the sun and breeze and sea on my skin? Times, Sunday Times (2016)They return home with an all-over tan to families and friends who may well have no idea what went on on their trip to Lanzarote. The Sun (2014)
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