on all sides

on all sides
on all sides/on every side/ phrase
in every direction

The country is surrounded on all sides by South Africa.

Thesaurus: present everywhere or in many placessynonym everywhere and anywheresynonym
Main entry: side

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on/from all ˈsides | on/from every ˈside idiom
in or from all directions; everywhere

We realized we were surrounded on all sides.

Disaster threatens on every side.

She was bombarded with questions from all sides.

Main entry:sideidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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