in all one's born days

in all (one's) (born) days

Ever; in one's entire life. Often used with a negative modifier, especially never, to express something one has never before seen, experienced, felt, etc. Having grown up on the farm, I had never seen a city this size in all my born days. In all our days, this is the best specimen of a woolly mammoth we've ever come across.
See also: all, days

in all one's born days

Ever, as in I've never seen so much snow, not in all my born days. This folksy colloquial usage literally means "since I was born." [Mid-1700s]
See also: all, born, days