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All Serene

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derived from the Spanish word seréna. In Cuba the word is used as a countersign by sentinels, and is about equivalent to our “All right,” or “All’s well.”

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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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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
All my Eye (and) Betty Martin
All one
All-overish
All Saints
All Serene
All Souls Day
All the go
All there
All this for a Song!
All to break (Judges ix. 53)
All waters (I am for)
All-work
Alla or Allah (that is, al-ilah)
Alla Akbar
Allan-a-Dale