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all-day

[ awl-dey ]
/ ˈɔlˌdeɪ /
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adjective

taking up, extending through, lasting for, or occurring continually during a day, especially the hours of daylight; daylong: an all-day tour of the city; an all-day lollipop.

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Origin of all-day

First recorded in 1865–70
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