when (or after) all is said and done when everything is taken into account (used to indicate that you are making a generalized judgment about a situation). See also: all, and, done, said.
James Morrison is the author of a memoir, "Broken Fever" (), and a novel, "The Lost Girl" (), among many other books. His collection of short stories, "Said and Done" (), was a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award and winner of a ForeWord Book of the Year award.3/5(1).
“Said And Done; the dutch quintet that released a handful of 7″s, and a full length earlier took its time. The last two years they spent writing and recording “Better Days” their selves. Going back to where it all began for them for inspiration, the music they grew up on .
Definition of when all is said and done.: after considering or doing everything —used for a final general statement or judgment It won't be easy, but when all is said and done, we'll be glad we did it. The candidates claim to have different views but, when all is said and done, they're very much alike.
· Said sought Arafat’s recognition as he did that of celebrities like Sartre, Foucault, or Derrida. In his memoir Said even describes searching for his own books on Foucault’s shelves, something one cannot imagine the latter doing. As a result, though much to his surprise, Said was mistaken for a radical and pilloried for sins he never committed.
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