Emily Dickinson Lexicon
Dictionary: ALL-PRAIS-ED – ALL-TELL'ING
Praised by all. – Shak.
Furnishing complete protection.
Governing all things. – Milton.
Having all sagacity; of perfect discernment.
The first day of November, called also All-hallows; a feast in honor of all the saints.
Sanctifying the whole. – West.
Saving all. – Selden.
Pervading and searching every thing. – South.
Seeing every thing. – Dryden.
One that sees every thing. – Shak.
Shaking all things. – Shak.
Shrouding; covering all things.
Shunned by all. – Shak.
The second day of November; a feast or solemnity held by the church of Rome, to supplicate for the souls of the faithful deceased.
The berry of the pimento, a tree of the West Indies; a spice of a mildly pungent taste, and agreeably aromatic.
ALL'SPICE, n.2 [See under the compounds of ALL.]
Complete or infinite ability. – Hall.
Sufficient to every thing; infinitely able. – Hooker.
The all-sufficient Being; God. – Whitlock.
Encompassing the whole.
ALL-SUR-VEY'ING, a. [See Survey.]
Surveying everything. – Sandys.
Upholding all things. – Beaumont.
Telling or divulging every thing. – Shak.