Definition of "allin" []

  • With no extra costs; including everything (adjective)
  • Denoting something, esp a fight, in which everyone or many people become involved (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "allin" in a sentence
  • "If I call up some relatives I'm right back to some cultural intonations and if I'm in the South I'm y'allin' all over the place."
  • "Phytochemicals include substances such as allin from garlic, lycopene from tomatoes, isoflavones from soy, beta carotene from orange squashes and anythocyanins from red wine, among others."
  • ""Prophets Of Rage", Public Enemy - But I'm past the days of yes-y'allin '."
  • "Fri 07/02/10 2: 06 PM and you ty pennington makeover forser mom and dad home get move move walk on go outside i big house 9people 4 restroom be one no food an he room be i like move i eat me little allin one house"
  • "Not all is accredited by the church, some was then wasnt anylonger, some is considered as heretic, or was, some was and/or is still disturbing ofr the church, but Mel Gibson chose to have it all and to implement it allin his movie."