Example sentences for: all-out

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

  • We need an all-out program to buy this stuff up.

  • From late 1963 to early 1965, Logevall claims, the Johnson administration faced a deliberate choice about whether it should raise or lower the stakes in Vietnam: Make it an all-out test of will, which it became, or look for an excuse to leave--perhaps with the claim that the regime in the South had become too ill-behaved to be worth further U.S. support or lives.

  • One consequence is that the United States needs fewer land-based nukes since it is no longer planning all-out war with Russia.

  • A WP "Style" section piece says that British newspapers still carry on in "all-out wretched-excess mode" about Princess Diana, almost a year after her death.

  • The NYT lead reports that the Democratic Party, green with envy at George W. Bush's well-stocked war chest, is on an all-out drive to soak up soft money contributions.


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