all gone


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all gone

used up; finished; over with. Oh, the strawberry jelly is all gone. We used to have wonderful parties, but those days are all gone.
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all gone

Completely finished or used up, as in There's no milk left; it's all gone.
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References in classic literature ?
She sat down beside me, turned to me with a soft sigh and said, `Now they are all gone, and I can kiss you as much as I like.
After they were all gone, the Spaniards came out of their den, and viewing the field of battle, they found about two-and-thirty men dead on the spot; some were killed with long arrows, which were found sticking in their bodies; but most of them were killed with great wooden swords, sixteen or seventeen of which they found in the field of battle, and as many bows, with a great many arrows.
Edna wondered if they had all gone mad, to be talking and clamoring at that rate.
While I sat here, I heard the woman in the bar say, 'Are they all gone in the five?
If I got $8,000 at the beginning of the month--it was all gone by the end of the month.