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all-out

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishall-outˌall-ˈout adjective [only before noun]  TRY TO DO OR GET somethingdone in a very determined way, and involving a lot of energy or angerall-out war/attack/offensive etc an all-out effort to winall out adverb Canada will have to go all out on the ice if they want to win.
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all-outGrant launched an all-out attack on these defenses during the gusty, , rainy, and misty dawn of May 12.His conclusion also was that our next operation must be an all-out effort to destroy the enemy carriers.We need an all-out literacy war in the United States.That was the time to begin all-out prevention of war.Much as she resented her all-out pursuit of Roman, Dana was the sister she had loved all her life.Union sources thought last night that an all-out strike was unlikely, although various forms of non-co-operation might be considered.Western diplomats believe the role of the well-armed Yugoslav military will prove pivotal in deciding whether all-out war erupts in Bosnia.The Viet Minh viewed this development with alarm and a declaration for all-out war was issued.There are fears of an all-out war.all-out war/attack/offensive etcI remember their leader turning to go and wondering whether that was his signal for an all-out attack.The decision to wage an all-out war against inflation in a country that is not prone to inflation risks disaster.Genuine international concern over the possibility of all-out war breaking out was expressed on a number of occasions.Western diplomats believe the role of the well-armed Yugoslav military will prove pivotal in deciding whether all-out war erupts in Bosnia.Shortly thereafter, Odom called back to say the warning indicators had changed to an all-out attack of 2,200 missiles.Prevention is quiet, but politicians who mount all-out attacks on symptoms generate great publicity.Grant launched an all-out attack on these defenses during the gusty, , rainy, and misty dawn of May 12.The Viet Minh viewed this development with alarm and a declaration for all-out war was issued.
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