Idioms with ALL
in total; including every person or thing
In all, there were 120 candidates.
all in all
when everything is considered
All in all, the event was a great success
despite what has been said or expected
They decided to go after all.
used when you are explaining something, or giving a reason
You should apologize to him. After all, he is your best friend.
most important of all
Above all, what we need is accountability.