all for

all for

Completely in agreement with, in favor of, or supporting (something). I'm all for eating healthy foods, but I just can't stand the taste of broccoli. I'm all for seeing a movie this Saturday!
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(all) for the best

good in spite of the way it seems; better than you think or than it appears to be. (Often said when someone dies after a painful illness.) I'm very sorry to hear of the death of your aunt. Perhaps it's for the best. I didn't get into the college I wanted, but I couldn't afford it anyway. It's probably all for the best.

all for

Completely in favor of something or someone, as in I'm all for eating before we leave, or The players are all for the new soccer coach. This colloquial phrase was first recorded in 1864.
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for the best

With an ultimately positive or preferable result.