with all the trimmings

all the trimmings

1. All the trimmings, condiments, or accompaniments that are desired or considered standard for a particular dish. Often spelled or pronounced colloquially as "trimmins" or "trimmin's." My mom said she'd cook a big ham with all the trimmings for Christmas dinner. Wow, an eight-ounce steak and all the trimmin's for $15? That's a heck of a deal!
2. All of the accessories or decorations desired or considered standard for a particular kind of outfit. I managed to find a fantastic tuxedo with all the trimmins at a local vintage shop. I just think it's a bit silly spending so much money on a dress and all the trimmings if you're only going to wear it once.
See also: all, trimming

with all the trimmings

with all the extra things, especially with food. We had a lovely Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings. I look forward to roast turkey with all the trimmings.
See also: all, trimming
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