Definition of Of all time
1. Adverb. At any time. "The best con man of all time"
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Literary usage of Of all time
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1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"The democracy of America would have done something which the despots and the conquerors of all time, from Alexander and Caesar to Napoleon and the Kaiser, ..."
2. The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor...: With an Essay by Jeremy Taylor (1851)
"CHAPTER X. The End of all Time. AFTER we have finished the time of this life, the end of all time is to succeed, which is to give a period unto all which we ..."
3. The Life of Henry Irving by Austin Brereton (1908)
"... of an American—Irving's address— His praise of Americans—Their appreciation of Shakespeare—Luncheon at the Town Hall—The " Poet of all Time " a player. ..."
4. Advancement of Learning by Francis Bacon, William Aldis Wright (1869)
"... and will in all probability last as long as the world lasteth.' And with this anticipation we leave Francis Bacon to the judgement of all time. ..."