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  • all get-out — ˌȯl(ˌ)gid.ˈau̇t, ˌged. , (ˈ) ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun slang : the extreme (as of extent, degree, quality, or condition) encountered or conceivable used in comparisons to suggest something superlative a handbag big as all get out New Yorker …   Useful english dictionary

  • all get-out — noun Date: 1879 the utmost conceivable degree used in comparisons to suggest something superlative < is busy as all get out > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • all get-out — See as all get out …   English idioms

  • all get out — noun an unimaginably large amount British say it rained like billyo where Americans say it rained like all get out • Syn: ↑billyo, ↑billyoh, ↑billy ho • Hypernyms: ↑large indefinite quantity, ↑large indefinite amount …   Useful english dictionary

  • as all get-out — (informal) As can be • • • Main Entry: ↑get * * * as all get out US informal : very or extremely The café was (as) busy as all get out [=was extremely busy] this afternoon. • • • Main Entry: ↑all get out …   Useful english dictionary

  • than all get out — be as [fast/hot/thin etc.] as all get out to be extremely fast, hot, thin etc.. It s hotter than all get out (= extremely hot) in here …   New idioms dictionary

  • as all get out — be as [fast/hot/thin etc.] as all get out American & Australian, informal to be extremely fast, hot, thin etc.. He s a terrific runner as fast as all get out …   New idioms dictionary

  • - as all get out — (as) as all get out informal to a great or extreme extent he was stubborn as all get out …   Useful english dictionary

  • as all get-out — very much, a lot, like crazy, to the max    Tracy is not only beautiful. She s as talented as all get out …   English idioms

  • as all get-out — to an extreme degree. I know this sounds as strange as all get out, but I feel like I met you before. Usage notes: used after an adjective …   New idioms dictionary

  • as all get-out — idi as all get out, Informal. to an extreme degree, condition, etc …   From formal English to slang