all-American

all-American

[awl-uh-mer-i-kuhn]
adjective
1.
representing the entire United States.
2.
composed exclusively of American members or elements.
3.
selected as the best in the United States, as in a sport: the all-American college football team of 1983.
noun
4.
an all-American player or performer.

Origin:
1885–90, Americanism

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all-American
 
adj
1.  representative of the whole of the United States
2.  composed exclusively of American members
3.  (of a person) typically American: the company looks for all-American clean-cut college students

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