know-all

[ noh-awl ]
/ ˈnoʊˌɔl /

noun Informal.

a know-it-all.

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Origin of know-all

First recorded in 1880–85
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British Dictionary definitions for know-all

know-all

noun

informal, derogatory a person who pretends or appears to know a great deal
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