at all definition

  • adverb:
    • Indicating level, quantity or frequency more than zero: on slightest degree, in any way, notably, rather.
    • at all level or in any respect
    • Indicating level, volume or regularity greater than zero: towards slightest degree, in any way, somewhat, instead.
    • at all degree or perhaps in any respect
  • noun:
    • A phrase much employed by method of administration or focus, typically in negative or interrogative phrases, and signifying at all or value; in the least degree or to the smallest amount of degree; in the least; under any circumstances
    • A phrase a lot employed by way of administration or emphasis, often in bad or interrogative phrases, and signifying in any way or respect; at all level or even minimal degree; in the least; under any circumstances
  • preposition:
    • See under All, Residence, Large, Last (expression and syn.), Length, When, etc.
    • view under All, Residence, huge, final (expression and syn.), Length, Once, etc.

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