Origin of all-in
How to use all-in in a sentence
“Some people are all-in on this, and others are just doing their work, no problem,” he says.D.C.’s Conservative Guru Finds His Inner Hippie|Eleanor Clift|June 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We know that the nation that goes all-in on innovation today will own the global economy tomorrow.
Smartphones were just a much better, more convenient, all-in-one version of a bunch of popular devices.Is Wearable Technology a Fad or the Future?|Daniel Gross|January 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Book a room at a divorce hotel and get an all-in-one luxury vacation and finalized separation.Book a Vacation at a Divorce Hotel and End Your Marriage in Luxury|Nina Strochlic|July 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
With my chip stack in free fall, I was forced to go all-in with a hand composed of a jack and a five.World Series of Poker: How Jonathan Miller Almost Won It All (Really)|Jonathan Miller|July 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Several people did mention a Murville, who was a business agent, then a swindler, and all-in-all a thoroughly bad fellow.Brother Jacques (Novels of Paul de Kock, Volume XVII)|Charles Paul de Kock
Blasphemy rebukes not the godless lie that denies Him as All-in-all, nor does it ascribe to Him all presence, power, and glory.
He knew God as infinite, and therefore as the All-in-all; and we shall know this truth when we awake in the divine likeness.
It took a good while to convince the woman that the All-in-One was worth it, but she yielded out of pity for his hungry state.
This was the kindest reception that Lambert had received since taking to the road to found his fortunes on the All-in-One.
British Dictionary definitions for all-in
- with all expenses or costs included in the pricethe flat is one hundred pounds a week all in
- (prenominal)the all-in price is thirty pounds