in all (one's) (born) days(redirected from in all their 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.
in all my born days
Rur. in my entire life. I've never seen such fireworks in all my born days. That's the best party I was ever at in all my born 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]
in all my born daysever, in my whole life (often used to express surprise or shock at something you have not encountered before).
2000 Voyle A. Glover Western Fiction Bruther, that was the best feed I ever had in all my born days.