- From Middle English everichon, equivalent to every + one. (Wiktionary)
“Also, I would rather not have everyone I know, all my friends, family, *everyone* die.”
“Long ago, I (and Amit Rathore and Ajey Gore) had to effectively kidnap Roy (Singham) to persuade him to authorize laptops for everyone coz the powers that be in India dragged their feet over buying laptops * for everyone*.”
“I think we're going to have to resign ourselves to a future in which everyone thinks everything they do is noteworthy to everyone*.”
“If Cameron were to take the initiative, and treat the electorate as adults, he'd sweep the board; everyone accepts the NHS is broken and continuing with Labour policies is not going to fix it and that includes increasing amounts of public money - that's clearly been shown not to work; restore our civil liberties and then put legislation in place that enshrines them; wrest back control of our legislation from Brussels and reduce the crippling tax burdens on *everyone* in the country.”
“\ "',' Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. famously said, \" Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve\ "-- but today, I wonder if \" everyone\ "can even find an opportunity to serve.”
“And the night turns into: everyone talking to everyone except for the two in question, who can’t even look at each other ”
“The citizens are asking millions of Greeks with work paid for by Government to stop their selfishness and think of the whole: They want workers to work in jobs that are sanctioned; they know some of them will be unemployed and sacrifice is the word everyone throws around.”
“In fact, "carbon footprint" seems to be the "terroir" of winemakers using alternative packaging—a phrase everyone likes to hear, even if they don't know what it means.”
“His son repeats the phrase everyone used as a mantra when I was a child in the 1970s: "Love means never having to say you're sorry.”
“Pimco has a name everyone wants to associate with.”
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Words to be replaced by a paragraph mark if you are after terms and MWEs.
Positive words and vague promises. THE words and expressions to use when you want to win over the masses or just don't know what to say.
"CAPITAL" stands for the administrative capital...
Universal quantifiers, totalizing pronouns and superlatives will save us ALL (and NONE)!
Very basic words for ESL students.
Words which are highly likely to be found in the work of learned writers.
Words heard in various REM songs that I enjoy and that I think are indicative of the band. Not too literally, of course.
No matter what we are and do,
Some duties everyone must do:
A Poet puts aside his wreath
To wash his face and brush his teeth
And even Earls
Must comb ...
Well you're my friend
(it's what you told me)
and can you see
(what's inside of me).
we've been out drinking
and many times
we've shared our tho...
Looking for tweets for everyone.