all together

all together

adverb
1. all at the same time; "Let's say 'Yes!' all at once" 
2. used of a group whose members acted or were acted upon collectively and when 'all' and 'together' can be separated by other words; "they were herded all together"; "they were all herded together"; "the books lay all together in a heap"; "the books all lay together..." 
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