under the sun

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under the sun

  1. (idiomatic) In existence.
    • 1859, Wilkie Collins, The Queen of Hearts
      She argued boldly with me, on every subject under the sun, law and politics included; and, when I got the better of her, never hesitated to stop me by putting her hand on my lips, or by dragging me out into the garden in the middle of a sentence.
    • 2005, Hazel Smith, The writing experiment: strategies for innovative creative writing
      I have also adopted a stance, familiar from consumer culture, which suggests that the goods under question can do anything under the sun.