run the gamut
To cover a whole range: “The students' reactions to the novel ran the gamut from delight to loathing.”
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Idioms and Phrases with run the gamut
Extend over an entire range, as in His music runs the gamut from rock to classical. This expression alludes to the medieval musical scale of Guido d'Arezzo, gamut being a contraction of gamma and ut, the lowest and highest notes respectively. [Mid-1800s]