More example sentences
- He commemorated the event by kissing every one of the female members of the European party he could find.
- Such protection against enemy fire means every one of the troops returns from the raid uninjured.
- Look how the sun warms every one of us in the morning with its soft dappled beams.
The pronoun everyone, meaning ‘every person,’ is spelled as one word: everyone had a great time at the party. The pronoun every one, meaning ‘each one,’ is spelled as two words: he visited every one of those countries many times.
Definition of every one in:
- The US English dictionary