one for all, (and) all for one

one for all, (and) all for one

A phrase that emphasizes solidarity and support within a group; the group will support its members and its members will support the group. The phrase was popularized in the novel The Three Musketeers, by Alexandre Dumas. Also commonly reversed as "all for one, and one for all" Come on, team—one for all, and all for one! No, we won't let you take the blame for this alone. One for all, all for one, remember?
See also: all, one
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