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an entertainment, such as a pop concert or film screening, that lasts all day
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Nearby words for all-dayer
all to hell
all to the good
all very well
all washed up
all well and good
all wool and a yard wide
all work and no play (makes jack a dull boy)
all work and no play makes jack a dull boy
all year round
all's fair in love and war
all's well that ends well