The whole nine yards | Day 38 | Idiom of the day

Idiom of the day

The whole nine yards


everything you can possibly want, have, or do in a particular situation


1. I wanted to go the whole nine yards in the bad weather when I was on a trip to Manali.

2. They were making arrangements for the party, handling florists, caterers, the whole nine yards.

3. They want a traditional wedding – with the cuisine, flowers, the whole nine yards.

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