Covering an entire surface: wallpaper with an all-over pattern; an allover tan. (adjective)
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Use "all-over" in a sentence
"As soon as we reached open air, Parker gave an all-over body shudder."
"Are you at least clad in an all-over protective body helmet?"
"In the videos below, Gaga talks about her obsession with music, likening it to being addicted to alcohol or food, in an all-over hounds-tooth outfit -- and we do mean all-over, even the star's glasses are covered in the pattern."