Completely finished or used up, as in There's no milk left; it's all gone.
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How to use all gone in a sentence
An all-gone limp feeling had come over her and she rested her hand aimlessly upon the counter.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories | Kate Chopin
As I rose from drinking, a deadly, all-gone feeling overcame me.The Spell of the Rockies | Enos A. Mills
Hogarth, with an all-gone gesture, handed the telegram to Loveday.The Lord of the Sea | M. P. Shiel
There is almost sure to be a fainting, or "all-gone" feeling at the stomach before another mealtime.A Practical Physiology | Albert F. Blaisdell
And the poor little mouse, having "All-gone" on her tongue, out it came, and the cat leaped upon her and made an end of her.Household Stories by the Brothers Grimm | Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm