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every British & World English

Used before a singular noun to refer to all the individual members of a set without exception

every English Thesaurus

he exercised his hounds every day

every few British & World English

Once in every small group of (typically units of time)

every last British & World English

Used to emphasize that every member of a group is included

every other British & World English

Each alternate in a series

every time British & World English

Without exception

every inch British & World English

The whole surface, distance, or area

every bit as British & World English

(In comparisons) quite as

every whichaway British & World English

In a disorderly fashion

each and every British & World English

Every single (used for emphasis)

every so often British & World English

From time to time; occasionally

every man jack British & World English

Each and every person (used for emphasis)

at every turn British & World English

On every occasion; continually

make every effort British & World English

Try everything possible to achieve something

strain every nerve British & World English

Make every possible effort

on/from every side British & World English

In or from all directions; everywhere

every now and again British & World English

From time to time; occasionally

every nook and cranny British & World English

Every part or aspect of something

have every confidence in British & World English

Feel that one can rely on or trust (someone)

every dog has his day British & World English

Everyone will have good luck or success at some point in their lives

every man has his price British & World English

Everyone is open to bribery if the inducement offered is large enough

every trick in the book British & World English

Every available method of achieving what one wants

there's one born every minute British & World English

There are many gullible people

have a finger in every pie British & World English

Be involved in a large and varied number of activities or enterprises

ounce1 British & World English

A very small amount of something

every few in few British & World English

Once in every small group of (typically units of time)

every last in every British & World English

Used to emphasize that every member of a group is included

every inch in inch1 British & World English

The whole surface, distance, or area

every cloud has a silver lining British & World English

Every difficult or sad situation has a comforting or more hopeful aspect, even though this may not be immediately apparent

every other in every British & World English

Each alternate in a series

every man for himself and the Devil take the hindmost British & World English

Everyone should (or does) look after their own interests rather than considering those of others

everyday British & World English

Happening or used every day; daily

once in a while British & World English

From time to time; occasionally

each and every in each British & World English

Every single (used for emphasis)

every bit as in every British & World English

(In comparisons) quite as

every so often in every British & World English

From time to time; occasionally

every man jack in jack1 British & World English

Each and every person (used for emphasis)

on/from every side in side British & World English

In or from all directions; everywhere

at every turn in turn British & World English

On every occasion; continually


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