Idiom:  all very well

Definition

idiom: all very well

  • good but not good enough


Example sentences

  • It’s all very well that you’re eating better but you also have to exercise if you want to lose weight.
  • It's all very well that you paid this month's bill but the two previous months are still past due.
  • It's all very well that he got an "A" in Spanish but he failed math and English so we need to look at getting him a tutor.
  • Having a cloud-based system is all very well until the internet is down.
  • It was all very well that we got to Munich at 7:00 am but we couldn't check into the hotel until 3:00 pm.
  • Walking to work is all very well unless the weather gets too hot and humid and my hair turns into a frizz ball.
  • It was all very well that they came.  I just wish they hadn't stayed for three weeks.
  •  It's all very well that you cooked dinner but you also made a huge mess in the kitchen and didn't clean it up.


Synonyms

  • all well and good

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