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1) to say explicitly
2) to imply with body language
3) a term used to paraphrase roughly what a speaker said
1) I met Sarah yesterday at a party and she was all like "Why didn't you tell me you were coming?"
2) After watching the show he was totally all like "What the hell?"
3) After hearing Republicans talk, Democrats have a tendency to be all like "Huh!?"
by gcsnelgar February 18, 2017
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