|all she wrote
||(See that's all she wrote)
|all shook up
||Al gets all shook up when he sees Gina. He likes her a lot.
||artificial, having little or no substance, put on airs
||When he gets angry and yells at us, it's all show, just to scare us.
|all spruced up
||clean and dressed in your best clothes, dressed up
||The young farmers got all spruced up for the dance.
|all talk and no action
||a person who talks a lot but does very little, hot air
||He talks about doing everything, but doesn't accomplish anything. He's all talk and no action!
|all teed up
||the golf ball is on the tee, everything is ready
||The parade is ready to begin. It's all teed up.
|all that jazz
||all related things, other similar topics
||They were talking about UFO's and all that jazz.
|all the bells and whistles
||a lot of extra features, lots of goodies, loaded
||When Horst sold his business he bought a motorhome with all the bells and whistles.
|all the livelong day
||all day, lasting the whole day
||Our canary sings all the livelong day - from dawn to dusk.
|all the marbles
||all the money, the top prize
||How does it feel to be playing in the final - for all the marbles?