Definition of 'pull out all the stops'
Example sentences containing 'pull out all the stops'
NEW YORK DEAD (1991)
If UNACO know we're on to them, then they're going to pull out all the stops to prevent the story from being published.CODE BREAKER (2002)
Definition of pull out all the stops from the Collins English Dictionary
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