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adjective as in unsurpassed and permanent

noun as in forever

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Example Sentences

Some dried cranberries for tartness and a sprinkle of sea salt make these my all-time favorite cookies.

According to Gallup, a mere 24 percent identify themselves as Republicans—an all-time low.

And I knew she wrote for The Office, which is one of my all-time favorites, so I knew I wanted to work with her.

From Janay Rice to Christy Mack to Rihanna, our obsession with celebrity victims has reached an all-time high.

Indeed, in some surveys pessimism about the next generation stands at an all-time high.

That work was led by my personal all-time hero, a guy named Alan Turing, who pretty much invented computers as we know them today.

Perhaps on account of their all-time scarcity in our State, the early Indians seldom killed the Original.

It is certain that the population of woodrats was high, if not at an all-time peak, in 1947.

In this respect, Verdi's experience supplies a splendid all-time lesson.

From this lofty outpost of the moor, if he stayed there, our all-time enemy certainly had a wide lookout.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to all-time, such as: best, champion, enduring, everlasting, and perpetual.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.