Example sentences for: all--of

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

  • Well, by the time this photo was taken, most of these things were probably in a landfill in northern Virginia; that's where much--though not quite all--of the original White House interior went around midcentury.

  • Turan in the Los Angeles Times is captivated: Besides being "smartly written" and "directed with a lively intelligence," the film "has several surprises in its repertoire, and most--but not all--of them make this a most pleasant and diverting venture," he says.

  • Buy up a large part of the supply of whatever commodity you are trying to corner--it doesn't really matter whether you actually take claim to the stuff itself or buy up "futures," which are nothing but promises to deliver the stuff on a specified date--then deliberately keep some--not all--of what you have bought off the market, to sell later.

  • Most--in fact, nearly all--of these companies remain unknown to just about everyone in America.


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