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adjective as in multifaceted

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adverb as in in all places

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Example Sentences

In the film, Foxx is able to showcase his singing, knack for comedy and all-around versatility.

It was from Daniel that Doug had learned the secrets of girls and fraternities, the rubrics of being an all-around guy.

He was perhaps the best all-around player in the draft that year.

Like the list of bobsledders, though, Uhlaender grew up an all-around athlete.

An all-around great guy, no doubt, but a far cry from the stories we tell our children today.

Mr. Norcross stands six feet two in his socks, and I've heard that he was the best all-around athlete in his college bunch.

The best all-around college and baseball tale yet presented.

Jack Lorimer is a fine example of the all-around American high-school boys.

Persis wore her "all-around" diamond crown, and danced with a Russian grand-duke and a prince or two.

Her costume completed the picture: she was robed for the opera, and she wore her all-around crown of diamonds.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to all-around, such as: versatile, comprehensive, diverse, and inclusive.

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