all gone


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all gone

Used up or done. There's no more bread left in the pantry—it's all gone. I'm so sore after playing football yesterday. It seems that my days of contact sports are 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.