all at once:
— It was really sunny when we started our walk but all at once the sky turned dark grey and it started raining really hard.
— All at once he felt dizzy and a tightness in his chest and then he had a heart attack.
— Something is wrong. All at once my husband has started to buy me flowers and gifts.
— Okay, class don't everyone yell out the answer all at once. Raise your hand and I'll call on you individually.
— Don't add the vegetable broth all at once. Add a little bit at a time and then let the rice simmer and slowly absorb the liquid before adding a little more.
— My finances were great until several bad things happened all at once: My computer died, my bike was stolen and I owe more taxes than I thought.
— When Sarah walked through the door she was shocked when everyone yelled "Happy Birthday" all at once.
— All at once the sofa caught on fire and we were barely able to leave the apartment in time.
— Everything happened so fast and all at once so I can’t really remember much about it.
— If we don't get our orders all at once please go ahead and eat so your food won't get cold.
— My husband was feeling fine and then all at once he felt like death crawled into bed with him. Of course, he tested positive for the Coronavirus.
— All at once, the sofa caught on fire and we were barely able to leave the apartment before it was engulfed in flames.
— Everything happened so fast and all at once so I can't remember the individual details of the shooting at our school.
— Don't everyone volunteer all at once to join the clean-up crew.
— Everyone was shouting directions all at once so I couldn't understand anyone.
— Do you really thing it's a good idea to take six college classes and work all at once?
— My kids yelled "yes" all at once when I ask them if they wanted to order pizza.
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