till all hours

till all hours (of the day and night)

Until a very late hour of the night or very early hour of the morning. Johnny keeps taking the car and staying out till all hours, and I just don't know what to do anymore! My boyfriend lives in another state, so to make up for the long distance, we stay up talking till all hours of the day and night.
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till (or to) all hours

till very late. informal
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till/until ˈall hours

until very late at night or early next morning: She sat up till all hours trying to finish her essay.
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But a spokesman for Madge said: "Madonna does not stay up till all hours of the night.
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