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Use "all-encompassing" in a sentence
"Since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the rise of a relatively all-encompassing “single” global market, global sightings of the word FREE are continuously on the rise."
"To describe it as the rambunctious love-spawn of the mercantile-minded Frankfurt Book Fair and free-spirited Woodstock barely scratches the surface of this spectacle: it's an all-encompassing sensory vortex of incense and Mughal tents, live music and colorful banners, sweaty crowds by day and gyrating dancers by night, with the attendant notes of gasoline, burning dung, incessant honking, and tinkling bangle-bracelets that permeate life everywhere in India."
"Police officer Mohammad Shakir told the AP outside the base that two suicide bombers were involved in the attack and were apparently wearing burqas, the all-encompassing turquoise-colored coverings worn by many women in Afghanistan."