Meaning of free-for-all
Pronunciation: (frē'fur-ôl"), [key]
- a fight, argument, contest, etc., open to everyone and usually without rules.
- any competition or contested situation that is disordered, impulsive, or out of control: a free-for-all at the buffet table.
- any enterprise or field of endeavor in which various companies, countries, participants, etc., compete without restriction: a price-cutting free-for-all among local stores.
- open to everyone.