all and sundry


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all and sundry

Everybody. Jason bought drinks for all and sundry to celebrate his promotion.
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all and sundry

Cliché everyone; one and all. Cold drinks were served to all and sundry.
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all and sundry

One and all, as in The salesman gave samples to all and sundry. [Late 1400s]
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all and sundry

All and sundry means everyone rather than particular people. I made tea for all and sundry at the office. He was well known to all and sundry.
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all and sundry

everyone.
1991 Sunday Times In the manner of an Oscar-winner, she thanks all and sundry for their help.
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ˌall and ˈsundry

(informal) everyone; people of all kinds: I don’t like you talking about my personal problems to all and sundry.
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