ubiquitous, pervasive; all over the place
all-overish good feeling about the decision
"Purty well, considerin," sez I; and you can't think how all-overish I felt to hear any body speak of Judy so fur from hum.
all-overish, neither sick nor well; the premonitory symptoms of illness.
If you have a low, all-overish feeling, Macjone's pills pick you up directly.
I feel so all-overish; your claws are so sharp, and your teeth so dreadful; and Im but a little, little mouse.
I think I'm in for an attack of flue, or something; feel shivery and all-overish.
I never felt so all-overish in all my days, and before I knew where I was I had found salvation.
Denoting an indefinite overall malaise (1830s+)