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1. I was moved enough to want to help her. ( Is this grammatical?)

2. I was all wet after I washed only the first dog. (Does 'all' mean 'completely' here?)

3. Today was best.
4. Today was the best.
(Which one is grammatical?)

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    1 is fine, yes.

    2 is fine, and yes "all" means "completely" here.

    4 is best; I think I've heard 3 only in answer to a question.

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