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All The Rage ( it is very popular right now; everyone is talking about it ... )

"All The Rage"

If everyone wants to do or have that thing, it is all the rage.

Example: "Do you like this scarf? It is all the rage."

Example: "Do you remember when cabbage patch dolls were all the rage."

The thing that is very, very popular is all the rage.

Example: "In the 1960s, Bob Dylan and The Beatles were all the rage."

All Talk And No Action

All Told

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