For All The World Meaning
(idiomatic) Entirely, to all appearances.
Example: 1861, Charles Reade, The cloister and the hearth
...not a ha'porth of him left but a goodish piece of his skin, just for all the world like a hedgehog's, and a piece o' old iron furbished up.
1885, Charles Dickens, All the Year Round
...Phil offering and giving advice sagely and gravely, for all the world as though he had been old enough to be this young woman's father...
1917, Alfred Emanuel Smith, New Outlook
...the babies looking for all the world as though they had stepped out of pictures by Gian Bellini or by Fra Bartolommeo, that greatest of baby painters.