Definition of 'free-for-all'
Example sentences containing 'free-for-all'
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That sparked a free-for-all with punches and kicks thrown. The Sun (2016)But the crew were forced to turn away the villagers for fear of sparking a dangerous free-for-all. The Sun (2013)That sparked a free-for-all in the centre circle which spilled over as both players headed for the tunnel. The Sun (2015)And that fight was a free-for-all; the referee might as well have sat in the front row. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But we cannot allow a fracking free-for-all; so here are four conditions to temper this enthusiasm for shale. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Definition of free-for-all from the Collins English Dictionary
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