What is another word for and all that?

Pronunciation: [and ˈɔːl ðˈat] (IPA)

The phrase "and all that" is quite common in English language, usually used to imply that something is inclusive or to add more items to a list. Synonyms for this phrase include "and so forth", "etcetera", "and whatnot", "and others", "and the like" and "and so on". These phrases are often used in casual conversations, but can also be incorporated into academic writing to expand on points. It's important to use synonyms for "and all that" appropriately, and knowing a variety of options can make your writing or speech more engaging and clear.

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What are the hypernyms for And all that?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with And all that

  • All that a man achieves and all that he fails to achieve is the direct result of his own thoughts.
    James Lane Allen
  • There are a lot of bands who claim to be punk and they only play the music, they have no clue what it's all about. It's a lifestyle. It's not about popularity and all that crap.
    Billie Joe Armstrong
  • It's great to go on your own and discover new things just for yourself, to meet new people and all that. If you're all on your own, then there is nobody there to guide you and you have to make all the decisions for yourself. It's quite liberating in a way.
    Dido Armstrong
  • I wanted to be a doctor in sports medicine; I was into sailing and all that sort of thing.
    Christopher Atkins
  • It's much easier to wear a Chairman Mao button and shake your fists in the air and all that, then to actually read the Communist manifesto and things like that and actually become involved in politics.
    Lester Bangs

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