In the blink of an eye, the hipster has turned into a catch-all scapegoat, guilty for everything from expensive beer to bad music.
He was accused of “formalism,” a catch-all accusation that, like “Trotskyite,” had the ring of execution about it.
“Dyslexia” has become a catch-all term for everything from poor reading skills to complex speech disorders.
Or is "culture" just a catch-all for "everything we can't readily understand and explain"?
When it was first announced, I thought it was a catch-all visit designed to accomplish several objectives at once.
The heavy smell of musk that hung around all of Mabel's belongings sickened me; and why should she make a catch-all of me, anyhow?
That closet was a catch-all for all manner of odds and ends.
It seemed to have been designed as a catch-all for everything that can damage it.
The wagon was quickly taken apart and pieces of wire found in the closet which was a catch-all.
One large table, covered with a pretty embroidered cloth, should be placed in some central location for a catch-all.