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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishall-embracingˌall-emˈbracing adjective  ALL/EVERYTHINGIN GENERALincluding everyone or everything an all-embracing vision of society
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all-embracingIt was all-embracing and claimed that it alone spoke authoritatively for the people.My own study below is no exception and I would not claim an all-embracing explanation of advanced capitalist society from it.There is no room for their separate existence in the all-embracing picture of the cosmos.The prison governor now has all-embracing powers to deal with any situation in the way he thinks fit.Physicists are searching for one all-embracing theory that covers matter, energy, radiation, and gravity.an all-embracing theoryIt represents a radical and all-embracing transfer of allegiance.
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