We aal hed to get out, an' a chap in green clothes sed we shood hev to wait ten minits.
Never in aal me life did I go at such a rate under and awver bridges an droo holes in the 'ills.
An' zimmin to I veyther's feace turned zart o' aal colours, and a zes, 'Lawk a massey!
An' that follered on aal day, and I cudden get un to take next akin to nothin', and allus a wantin summut to drenk.
Ant it will aal pelong to ta young Chief some tay, when he crows a pig man.
Well, aal was stillness as I said, when sudden there comes a far-away cry through the clear air—“Cock forrard, cock forrard!”
aal the village know'd I wur a-gwain, an' sum sed as how I shood be murthur'd avoor I cum back.
"All right," pronounced as if it were "aal," is the most common expression, and seems to be used on every possible occasion.