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All vs Awl
The cobbler repaired the leather stitching on all of the shoes with his sharpened awl. Repair all of your writing errors with ErrNET.
All as a pronoun is he whole quantity or extent of a particular group or thing.
All as an adverb is (in games) used after a number to indicate an equal score.
All as a noun is the whole of one’s possessions, energy, or interest.
Awl is a pointed instrument for piercing small holes in leather, wood, etc.
These words are types of homonyms called heterographs, which are words that are pronounced the same but have different meanings and spellings. Homonyms are often misused words in the English language.
All sentence examples:
All of us ended up leaving the campsite early when it started raining.
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The underdogs gave it their all and ended up winning the game in double overtime.
Over an hour in to the soccer game, the score was still tied at one all.
It is past your bedtime and all of you must go to bed now.
The burglars stole all of her valuable possessions.
Awl sentence examples:
If you ask any cobbler, they will tell you that the awl is their “go to” tool to repair any leather shoe stitching.
The homicide detectives did not recognize the puncture wounds on the victim but later determined that an awl was the murder weapon.
The awl is one of the few tools that has been around for hundreds of years and is still used today.
The woodcarver preferred to use an awl to carve the fine details of his sculptures.
The artist’s medium was leather and she would use an awl to punch holes in the leather to create her artwork.
In medieval times, a sharpened awl was occasionally used as a weapon.