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All and Sundry

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All without exception.

“He invited all and sundry to partake freely of the oaten cake and ale.”—Hall Caine.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Alifanfaron
Al ilat
Aliprando (in Jerusalem Delivered)
Al iris
Al Kader (the Divine decree)
Alkahest
Al Rakim (pronounce Rah-keem)
Al-Sirat (Arabian, the path)
All
All and Some
All and Sundry
All cannot do all
All Fools Day (April 1st)
All Fours
All-hallown Summer
All Hallow’s Day (November 1st)
All Hallows Eve
All in all
All in the Wrong
All is lost
All is not gold that glitters or glisters