Idiom:  after all is said and done

Definition

idiom:  after all is said and done

  • after everything has finally happened or been said.


Example sentences

  • After all is said and done, it was a great holiday even though the airline lost our luggage.
  • After all is said and done, we decided to get divorced because we think it's the best solution for us and for our children.
  • Although we spent more money than we wanted to, it was really a great party after all is said and done.
  • I didn't get an A in chemistry but after all is said and done I'm very pleased with my grades for this semester.
  • We had some great times together but after all is said and done, my girlfriend never really liked me too much.
  • After all is said and done, this was the most difficult marathon I ever ran and I don't think I'll do another.
  • The internship didn't pay very much but after all is said and done the experience was worth more then getting paid well.
  • After all is said and done, I'm going to move to Europe anyway.
  • I'm really sorry for taking so much of your time, but after all is said and done, I don't think I'll buy this car after all.


Synonyms

  • at the end of the day
  • in the end

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