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  • pro. Alternative form of all of you. Plural form of you, including everyone being addressed.
  • pro. Plural form of you or singular formal form of you.


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  • For slanting the truth, so you all came here expecting world-killing monsters?


  • This guy could tell you all of my screw-uppiest moments!

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  • The Dash-master has been all over you all night and you know it, Kiran said, whacking Noelles arm.

    Paradise Lost

  • To the Hoodwives fans, I thank you all times a million.

    Real wifeys

  • “Are you all right, Delia?” he asked with genuine concern.

    Moon Dance

  • We turned in the diaries, and the following week, after dragging our chairs into a circle, Mrs. Beasley announced: “I have something I want you all to hear.”

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  • “See you all soon at science night!” said Mrs. Forester.

    The Wish Stealers

  • I know you all remember the time she let the Willises die.


  • Everybody is so busy chitchatting that it seems you all prefer partners.

    The Wish Stealers

  • “Lastly,” Mrs. Swanson continued, “the Water Wings understand that school can be tough, and that you all deserve a fun chance to recharge every now and then.”

    Maggie Bean in Love


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