One And All Meaning

(idiomatic) The entire set of persons or things within a given domain, considered both as separate individuals and collectively.

Example: 1724, Jonathan Swift, The Drapier's Letters, Letter I:
  Therefore my friends, stand to it one and all, refuse this filthy trash.
1851, Herman Melville, Moby Dick, ch. 99:
  Now this doubloon was of purest, virgin gold . . . and however wanton in their sailor ways, one and all, the mariners revered it as the white whale's talisman.
1920, P. G. Wodehouse, The Coming of Bill, ch. 2:
  [M]en of every condition . . . had laid their hearts at her feet. One and all, they had been compelled to pick them up and take them elsewhere.
2010 April 24, Tom Wolfe, "Op-Ed Contributor: Faking West, Going East," New York Times (retrieved 26 Nov 2013):
  Later American literary stars like Hemingway, Faulkner, Sinclair Lewis and John Steinbeck, Nobel Prize-winners one and all, never had more than a spoonful of the great gouts of fame that Twain — and Mrs. Stowe, for that matter — enjoyed everywhere in the world.