Every

Definitions and meanings of "Every"

What do we mean by Every?

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

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A correspondent writing by the last mail says: 'The people of this section of the country feel _made of gold_, and every thing here is, of course, going at full cry -- _every planter wants to open more land and buy more negroes_.' Cotton is King, and Pro-Slavery Arguments Comprising the Writings of Hammond, Harper, Christy, Stringfellow, Hodge, Bledsoe, and Cartrwright on This Important Subject

Nearly every white private and non-commissioned officer was expecting the lightning to strike him; _every_ one expected to be promoted to be a commissioned officer, and, therefore, had no prejudice against the men they hoped to command as their _superior_ officers. History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880. Vol. 2 (of 2) Negroes as Slaves, as Soldiers, and as Citizens

By every place, we really mean *every* place — there are Place Pages for businesses, points of interest, transit stations, neighborhoods, landmarks and cities all over the world. Surfacing forum posts in search results

It's coming out of every rock, every drop of rain, every flower, every particle of air, every  stitch of clothing, every cell of skin, every bead upon our silly heads. A Short Snippet of Text

By every place, we really mean *every* place — there are Place Pages for businesses, points of interest, transit stations, neighborhoods, landmarks and cities all over the world. Archive 2009-09-01

Men out of every nation heard them speak on the day of Pentecost, _every man in his own tongue_! Sermons on Various Important Subjects

This unlawful interference was continued in every important stage in the history of the territory; _every election_ was controlled, not by the actual settlers, but by the citizens of Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet An Autobiography.

I dreamt I was at a huge convention, but every pro writer bailed except for me and Catherine Asaro, and we were forced to do _every_ panel. Tweet Dreams

By every place, we really mean *every* place — there are Place Pages for businesses, points of interest, transit stations, neighborhoods, landmarks and cities all over the world. Place Pages for Google Maps: There are places we remember!

"A hungry man is an angry one;" so runs the legend, but, if true, and I have every reason to believe that it is, it held not on the lower deck of the "Iron Duke" this day, for _no_ man was angry, and _every_ man In Eastern Seas Or, the Commission of H.M.S. 'Iron Duke,' flag-ship in China, 1878-83

What was is thatThomas Jefferson said..every 50 years there should be a….hhmmmm..cant seem to remember the rest ..oh yeah every 50 year there should be a rev******CENSORED****** Think Progress » John McCain’s War On Blogs

C. _ Ay, so _you_ say; but every body else says you know _every thing_; and I have come all the way from Boston to consult you; for you must know I have met with a dreadful loss. Sanders' Union Fourth Reader

And it is a truth which ought to press with overwhelming force upon the mind of every sober man, that a portion of this guilt rests upon _every one_ who, with a knowledge of facts, continues the _totally unnecessary and awfully pernicious practice of taking ardent spirits_. Select Temperance Tracts

Did the prohibition against every contract or combination mean precisely _every_ contract, whether important or not? The United States Since the Civil War

I recently did a patent investigation and we had to mark every single configuration setting it was a wireless comm application and note _every_ deviation in the setup from what would otherwise be considered the norm. Pain in Maine, but they can measure rain « Climate Audit

The little band of intimates were to write to each other every week; still to tell each other _every single_ secret; to think of each other every night; to be each other's bridesmaids as long as there were maids to go round, and to visit each other in their married homes. An Australian Lassie

It works out to one cupcake every two or three weeks, assuming *every* mother brings in cupcakes which is of course not the case. "Banning cupcakes is almost like an assault on the national identity."

I think it would be better to do away with all such qualifying expressions, and constantly maintain (what I certainly believe to be the fact) that _variations of every kind_ are _always occurring_ in _every part_ of _every species_, and therefore that favourable variations are _always ready_ when wanted. Alfred Russel Wallace: Letters and Reminiscences, Vol. 1

_I've_ been wondering, why is the Army spending all its resources to gather up not just every last piece of eetee salvage, but nearly _every person_ who's worked with it? Asimov's Science Fiction

I would give every traveling man, every business man, _every man_ this same advice. Tales of the Road

Origin of Every

Old English ǣfre ǣlc (see ever, each).

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