allover

[awl-oh-ver]
adjective
1.
extending or repeated over the entire surface, as a decorative pattern.
noun
2.
a fabric with an allover pattern.

Origin:
1570–80; all + over

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Example sentences
Representational imagery dissolved into the aesthetic nirvana of the unified,
  allover field.
Add a glint of metallic, and an allover damask pattern dances in the light.
But it is required that you, in essence, begin your jury deliberations allover
  again.
When she began to bleed, he warned her not to bleed allover his car.
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