Constituting each and all sorts of people in a group without exception.
becoming all possible: had every potential for winning, but destroyed.
becoming all of a specified succession of things or intervals: every 3rd chair; every couple of hours.
Being the best degree or appearance of: revealed united states every attention; had every hope of succeeding.
All the components which compose a complete collection or aggregate quantity, considered inside their individuality, all taken independently one by one, away from an indefinite quantity.
everyone. Cf. Each.
each and all of a number of organizations or intervals as specified
(used of count nouns) each and all for the people in a bunch considered singly and without exclusion
Constituting each and all people in a bunch without exception.
becoming all feasible: had every potential for winning, but destroyed.
Being each of a specified succession of things or periods: every third seat; every a couple of hours.
becoming the best level or phrase of: showed united states every attention; had every hope of succeeding.
all of the parts which compose a complete collection or aggregate number, considered within their individuality, all taken separately one after another, out of an indefinite number.
Every one. Cf. Each.
each and all of a number of entities or intervals as specified
(used of matter nouns) each and all sorts of associated with people in a bunch considered singly and without exclusion
used in combination with ordinal numbers to denote those products whoever position is divisible because of the matching cardinal quantity, or some of equal size to this ready.
every one of a countable group, without exception.
Used with ordinal figures to denote those items whoever place is divisible because of the matching cardinal number, or a portion of equal size to that set.
Each, considered indefinitely as a unitary element of an aggregate; all, of a collective or aggregate number, taken one-by-one; any, as representing every one of who or of which the same is predicated.
each one of these (regarding the entire number); every person; everyone.
Each of any number of people or things; everybody.
Each, considered indefinitely as a unitary part of an aggregate; all, of a collective or aggregate quantity, taken one by one; any, as representing every one of whom or of which the same thing is predicated.
each one of these (of the whole quantity); every person; everyone.
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