Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • pronoun You. Used in addressing two or more people or referring to two or more people, one of whom is addressed.

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Examples

  • It don't hurt if you-all are a million or so out one side or the other.

    Chapter IV

  • Being dead, with grass growing out of your carcasses, you won't know when I hang, but I'll sure have the pleasure a long time of knowing you-all beat me to it.

    Chapter IV

  • Mexico advertises that she would like to see you-all as "Tourists".

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  • I'll hang all right, but you-all won't live to see it.

    Chapter IV

  • I would just have stayed on the East Coast — you-all would have gotten in your covered wagon and headed West, having babies along the way.

    DAY 16: It Wouldn’t Be Vacation Without a Trip to the E.R.!

  • Mexico advertises that she would like to see you-all as "Tourists".

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  • Mexico advertises that she would like to see you-all as "Tourists".

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  • Mexico advertises that she would like to see you-all as "Tourists".

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  • Mexico advertises that she would like to see you-all as "Tourists".

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  • I'll make you-all contracts right nowthree hundred dollars a thousand, undressed.

    Chapter XI

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