Common misspellings for all:
youall, hall, uaualy, dahl, vally, tll, eaqul, eaily, isall, aloue, alloow, yall, alol, aoili, asl, aliv, toall, alli, i'llo, illig, abell, allee, allly, awhil, aliey, usially, allha, atuly, eaual, eually, apl, eagl, ollow, wwall, mll, apeall, adl, allthow, allof, kll, alloof, aplle, aal, balll, alere, aml, halll, allic, alle, aful, walll, aliah, ou'll, ali, allthough, uaual, allarm, kall, goall, wlal, aapl, 20ll, als, diall, apliy, ihale, alliy, fall2010, lll, llll, ya'll, allyn, yeall, axl, wlel, arpil, i'lle, sahll, eqally, earlly, atilla, uhall, awfal, areall, allthe, alltho, nall, useall, uslly, oilly, akil, amll, wlil, aly, acller, airly, abl, alliey, aoll, aligh, eall, acally, reall, aloow, ahll, aball, you'all, apllo, apoll, alx, alw, ahlf, rall, alllow, apul, atl, cll, atill, alawy, acully, apallo, ald, ealer, adul, azilla, allour, alloe, acl, ffall, aller, allem, alld, i'ill, hll, w'll, malll, aonly, alla, alo, all6, alf, abll, akali, falll, emall, oarlly, allfor, allum, chall, anl, awell, atll, ually, allaah, i'lll, call, falle, awfall, awflly, aculy, aerly, ealiy, lal, alil, aclu, unally, allel, fall, auual, uaually, alliby, alcoh, uaully, easlly, atully, aweel, fll, allage, olli, allwow, asll, sll, allaw, uhaul, alb, apirl, ieally, alowd, ugaly, feall, sall, hllo, alugh, ofall, awll, ealily, usaull, airlie, uually, acall, bll, achol, wall, acul, orall, icale, awhle, dall, alok, ablle, allin, alln, allon, alwya, allthou, wll, u'll, acial, allso, allpy, alllah, arill, alsu, alm, allwho, aplly, alala, ewll, ealr, alwy, allw, allthogh, alvy, 99all, ailoi, alled, valla, allibi, yalle, ewall, ccall, allo, oall, acll, allday, iasl, athle, amall, also0, acholl, eagal, acuall, aloww, unill, iall, also7, calll, ull, awill, inall, awall, avlue, i'll, erlly, amill, eally, atul, allyour, onall, pll, atall, ecell, alll, talll, aill, aln, orlly, allor, erll, dalli, falw, ollar, allto, allie, aulio, ala, ablw, ecally, tall, ellow, alu, jaill, alloun, apull, eyball, alck, allwo, usallly, abull, allat, ciall, bball, caall, allod, afull, allpw, daoll, algy, 400xll5, oll, allt, 8all, anull, ecall, acell, ahley, allowme, aduil, vall, usall, ewally, io'll, apell, alsio, add'l, alllto, alk, alolow, allok, afell, allmy, aufull, argyll, cqall, aimal, ll, aigal, afl, allar, alorm, a1l, aall, akll, al1, alall, alkl, allk, allll, alllll, amml, aqll, jall, alleil, aillie, allue, alour, allough, alr, ar'l, at'all, allby, dalle, daylli, ealir, halla, aul, ayley, imall, aol, olld, rll, eller, allah, y'alll, yah'll, y'all, yawll, zll, qll, zall, azll, qall, apll, alpl, allp, ill, ell, a ll, al l.
Definition of all:
- Collectively, this term designates the whole number of particulars, individuals, or separate items; distributively. it may be equivalent to " each" or " every." State v. Maine Cent. R. Co., 66 Me. 510; Sherburne v. Sischo, 143 Mass. 442, 9 N. E. 797.
- The whole; the whole quantity or amount; total; aggregate.
- The whole number, quantity, or amount; the entire thing; everything included or concerned; the aggregate; the whole; totality; everything or every person; as, our all is at stake.
- A whole; one's entire possessions.
- The whole: everything.
- The whole; each and every person or thing.
- The whole; everything. All but, almost. It is all one, quite the same. All the better, better by the whole difference. All in all, everything to one; as a whole; altogether. At all, in the least degree- used byway of enforcement or emphasis, usually in negative or interrogative sentences. All along, throughout. All in the wind, too close to the wind, so that the sails shake in it only: wavering; uncertain.
- The whole number; the entire thing.
- Although; albeit.
- Wholly; completely; altogether; entirely; quite; very; as, all bedewed; my friend is all for amusement.
- Wholly: completely: entirely.
- Wholly; entirely; quite.
- Wholly; when used in union with other words, all generally denotes wholly, completely, or perfectly.
- quantifier; used with either mass or count nouns to indicate the whole number or amount of or every one of a class; " we sat up all night"; " ate all the food"; " all men are mortal"; " all parties are welcome"
- Only; alone; nothing but.
- The whole quantity of, as substance, duration, extent, amount, or degree; the whole number of, collectively, as individuals, particulars, or parts; every, as all kinds; any. used after a preposition or verb; as, free from all thought of danger.
- The whole of: every one of.
- The whole of.
- The whole number of: the whole quantity, extent, duration, amount, quality, or degree.
- In composition, enlarges or adds force to the meaning; thus " all- absorbing" means absorbing or engrossing to the exclusion of everything else.
- The whole; every one.