In any way or manner, as in Is she able to sing at all?
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How to use at all in a sentence
This is a gentleman who was fined $25,000 in November for making not-at-all-veiled threats on Twitter.Guns, Blow Jobs, and Choke Holds: a History of the New York Knicks | Robert Silverman | February 26, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
He talked about the winning-at-all-costs mentality and the desire to control every outcome.
In fact, Zuckerberg derisively showed a slide of a search coming up with 10 blue links, a not-at-all-veiled reference to Google.Graph What? Why Facebook Is Moving Big Into Search | Matthew Zeitlin | January 15, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The not-at-all-memorable family-friendly buddy movie starring Burt Reynolds?
In short, they are no good at-all though outwardly they seem to be extremely solicitous of the honor of God.Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians | Martin Luther
"Then I'll go on the nothing-at-all system," said Jim with gloom.The Barrier | Allen French
"This won't do at-all-at-all," he said to Jessamy, as she took her seat on a limb of the bee tree.The Heritage of the Hills | Arthur P. Hankins
One can idle along the highways and the byways and the noways-at-all, utterly carefree, surrounded by wild and beautiful scenery.The Rules of the Game | Stewart Edward White
The wife was maid-of-all-work in doors, while the husband was Jack-at-all-trades outside.Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa | David Livingstone