Example sentences for: all--and

How can you use “all--and” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • He seems to loathe them all--and why shouldn't he?

  • Milne's stories about Winnie-the-Pooh, or anything at all--and fill it with a creepy, committee-derived, cheerful substance of Disney's own.

  • Some word processing programs now offer such a feature--the one I use Framework III (Ashton-Tate), is not bad at all--and writers as well as compositors and publishers seem to care less and less whether a word is hypenated in an acceptable manner.

  • I believe the majority of Americans, if they think about it at all--and keep in mind that the ones who think about it are also the ones who take the time to vote--think that our cultural life has coarsened, or even debased, and that the sense of "values" that just 30 or even fewer years ago meant that the majority of Americans felt no need to lock their doors has been, perhaps irretrievably, lost.

  • There's something perversely reassuring about a great beauty who had it all--and still ended up a drug-addled wretch manipulated by a Machiavellian butler (Richard Chamberlain).


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