Definition of All in a day's work

1. Adjective. (idiomatic) A nonchalant dismissal of a significant accomplishment. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of All In A Day's Work

all for
all fours
all fur coat and no knickers
all get out
all good things come to an end
all hail
all hands on deck
all hat and no cattle
all hell breaks loose
all hell broke loose
all holiday
all hollow
all important(p)
all in
all in(p)
all in a day's work
all in all
all in good time
all ins
all it's cracked up to be
all kidding aside
all kinds of
all mouth and no trousers
all mouth and trousers
all my eye
all my eye and Betty Martin
all nations
all night
all of a sudden
all of the sudden

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