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“All together” or “Altogether”


all together / altogether are similar-sounding terms with different meanings (referred to as homophones). To better understand the differences, see below for definitions, pronunciation guides, and example sentences using each term. 👇


all together: NA

altogether: (adverb) with everything included or counted.


all together: NA

altogether: AO·l·t·ah·g·EH·dh·er


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Examples in Context

Examples of “all together”

Examples of “altogether”

  • good warriors of the Chaste altogether.
  • and nearly wiped it out altogether.
  • strings or to avoid them altogether.
  • the center of the frenulum altogether, others may choose otherwise.
  • ordinary buses, trolleybuses and trams altogether.
  • that the TF bypassed Schmitten altogether.
  • our world, in contrast to altogether fictional lands or worlds.
  • result, work stopped on Sachsen altogether, when she was about nine
  • age should avoid watching television altogether.
  • also get a very different, altogether much darker sound (although this

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