Say-all in a sentence

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How to use say-all in a sentence. Say-all pronunciation.

Why, to take it up again, thought I to myself, for I did not like the latter suggestion at all-and then forthwith I resumed the pen, and wrote with greater vigour than before, from about six o'clock in the evening until I could hardly see, when I rested for a while, when the tempter within me again said, or appeared to say-'All you have been writing is stuff, it will never do-a drug-a mere drug'; and methought these last words were uttered in the gruff tones of the big publisher.
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At first, when Maitresse Aimable had told him that Guida was leaving the Place du Vier Prison to live in this lonely place with her newborn child, he had gone to entreat her to remain; but Maitresse Aimable had been present then, and all that he could say-all that he might speak out of his friendship, out of the old love, now deep pity and sorrow-was of no avail.
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They will say-all sorts of things I have heard come back to me-these politicians make love to every pretty woman they meet.
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Why to take it up again, thought I to myself, for I did not like the latter suggestion at all-and then forthwith I resumed the pen, and wrote with greater vigour than before, from about six o'clock in the evening until I could hardly see, when I rested for a while, when the tempter within me again said, or appeared to say-"All you have been writing is stuff, it will never do-a drug-a mere drug;" and methought these last words were uttered in the gruff tones of the big publisher.
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Examples of Say-all

Example #1
The next day I brought my work to a conclusion.
Example #2
And these thoughts came over my mind so often, that at last, in utter despair, I flung down the pen.
Example #3
It had been borne in upon him then that she was not morbid, but that her mind had a sane, fixed purpose which she was intent to fulfil.
Example #4
Not for over four long years had Ranulph sat thus quietly in the presence of Guida.
Example #5
There are six New England States whose three centuries you have just admitted lift them into the mists of antiquity.
Example #6
Positively-I shall not accept an invitation of the old sort this winter.