All in A Days Work :
All and Sundry :
Everyone without exception
This idiom is a way of emphasizing ALL like saying EACH AND EVERY ONE.
All Bark and No Bite :
When someone talks tough but really is not, he is all bark and no bite.
All Bets are Off. :
If all bets are off, then agreements that have been made no longer apply.
All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go :
You are prepared for something that is not going to happen.
All Ears :
If someone says they are all ears, they are very interested in hearing about something.
All Eyes are on Me. :
If all eyes are on someone, then everyone is paying attention to them.
All Fingers and Thumbs :
If you are all finger and thumbs, you are too excited or clumsy to do something properly that requires manual dexterity.
All Hat No Cattle :
When someone talks big, but cannot back it up, they are all hat no cattle.
All Heart :
Someone who is all heart is very kind and generous.
All Hell Broke Loose. :
When all hell breaks loose, there is chaos, confusion and trouble.
All In :
We were all in at the end of the day.
All in A Day’s Work :
If something is all in a day’s work, it is nothing special.
All in A Days Work
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