Example sentences for: all--or

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

  • Not at all--or at least I don't think so.

  • Now, all--or at any rate, quiz participants all--smirk knowingly at the dark desires implicit in a photo of Santa embracing a comely lad, embellished with the most potent of pederast symbols, baseball paraphernalia.

  • In Buffy , vampires are much easier to dispatch: A simple wooden stake will do it after all--or, in an emergency, a broken guitar neck.

  • Parents weigh all--or at least most--of the costs of an additional child (resources diverted from their other children) against only a portion of the benefits (they count their own love for their children, but not others' love for their children).

  • But good policy on abortion would not focus on techniques at all--or even on when the fetus can survive outside the womb.


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