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synonyms for catchall

  • broad
  • comprehensive
  • across-the-board
  • all the options
  • all together
  • all-around
  • blanket
  • encyclopedic
  • full
  • general
  • global
  • in toto
  • overall
  • sweeping
  • umbrella
  • wall-to-wall
  • whole
  • without exception

antonyms for catchall

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  • exclusive
  • narrow
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How to use catchall in a sentence

Opponents of CRT now invoke it as a catchall term for any discussion of systemic racism.
'CRITICAL RACE THEORY IS SIMPLY THE LATEST BOGEYMAN.' INSIDE THE FIGHT OVER WHAT KIDS LEARN ABOUT AMERICA'S HISTORYOLIVIA B. WAXMANJUNE 24, 2021TIME
Exploiting that uncertainty, there has been an effort on the right to use the phrase as something of a catchall for nearly any discussion of or focus on race that might trigger frustration.
THE SCHOLAR STRATEGY: HOW ‘CRITICAL RACE THEORY’ ALARMS COULD CONVERT RACIAL ANXIETY INTO POLITICAL ENERGYPHILIP BUMPJUNE 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
They took “carel” and spat out the word “curry” as a catchall for the food their local cooks would make for them.
THE VIOLENT RISE OF CURRYSHAAN MERCHANTMARCH 26, 2021OZY
Tracking assignments in a written planner allows students to keep all their assignments in one streamlined place and acts as a catchall, particularly when they have teachers who communicate in different ways.
HOW TO HELP KIDS ADAPT TO THE CHAOS THAT IS HYBRID LEARNINGANA HOMAYOUNMARCH 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Defensive runs saved, a catchall FanGraphs metric that measures players in relation to the average, ranks Schwarber as baseball’s second-worst left fielder since 2017.
SIGNING KYLE SCHWARBER PUTS A SPOTLIGHT ON VICTOR ROBLES’S DEFENSEJESSE DOUGHERTYJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Instead, it decided to pass the issue to the higher-level group, with members divided over how to address the impact on salaries in areas that would move out of a city zone into the catchall zone.
FEDERAL SALARIES ARE LOWER THAN THE PRIVATE SECTOR BY 23 PERCENT, ADVISORY COUNCIL REPORTSERIC YODEROCTOBER 22, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Part of the problem is that AGI is a catchall for the hopes and fears surrounding an entire technology.
ARTIFICIAL GENERAL INTELLIGENCE: ARE WE CLOSE, AND DOES IT EVEN MAKE SENSE TO TRY?WILL HEAVENOCTOBER 15, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Overtime does not try to serve as the catchall for sports updates and scores.
HOW OVERTIME IS BUILDING SPORTS MEDIA FOR GEN ZKAYLEIGH BARBERJULY 15, 2020DIGIDAY
This department is a catchall for a lot of items, and it hides a lot of leaks and wastes in business.
DOLLARS AND SENSECOL. WM. C. HUNTER
The IMF's propensity to provide a "catchall" one-measure-fits-all panacea is nothing short of shortsighted and disastrous.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
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WORDS RELATED TO CATCHALL

  • across-the-board
  • all the options
  • all together
  • all-around
  • blanket
  • broad
  • catchall
  • comprehensive
  • encyclopedic
  • full
  • general
  • global
  • in toto
  • overall
  • sweeping
  • umbrella
  • wall-to-wall
  • whole
  • without exception
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.