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all and sundry

[ suhn-dree ]SEE DEFINITION OF all and sundry

Synonyms for all and sundry

  • all
  • anybody
  • each one
  • each person
  • every person
  • generality
  • masses
  • people
  • populace
  • the public
  • the whole
  • young and old
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Antonyms for all and sundry

  • nobody/noone
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WORD ORIGIN

Old English syndrig "separate, apart, special," related to sundor "separately" (see sunder). Phrase all and sundry first recorded 1389; sundries "odds and ends" is first found 1755.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ALL AND SUNDRY

everybodies

nounall involved, all human beings; the whole world
  • all
  • all and sundry
  • anybody
  • each one
  • each person
  • every person
  • generality
  • masses
  • people
  • populace
  • the public
  • the whole
  • young and old

everyones

nounall involved, all human beings; the whole world
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