each and every love

Definitions

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  • Each without exception; used for emphasis.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • You either quit drinking or you ended up in the Hall of Fame with Shreve and Helmar and Evert and Tiger and Tex and all the rest, each and every one raising a glass for the camera, their tiny gold stars applied later, when it was over.

    Some Fun

  • A similar across-the-board rejigging must attend each and every major change in way of life, from water to land, from land to water, into the air, underground.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • I reckon when we saw them thoroughbreds in the River City and that gigantic cow in Chicago, each and every one of us thought back to that Cuban croc.

    BLASTIN’ THE BLUES

  • It was a moment for all of them to savor, for each and every member of the U.S. Postal team had played a major role in his victory.

    LANCE ARMSTRONG

  • Lips pursed in a silent whistle, Richard calculated how much excise-free spirit was flowing off each and every day—no wonder that William Thorne always drained the final distillate from its receiver tub!

    Morgan’s Run

  • Luckily, Mr. Portlyn came along with a very generous offer to each and every one of us, to buy our land.

    Creative Couplings

  • And found out that Hummingbird Collins was a regular customer at each and every one.

    Unpretty

  • Not only would they be required to rate each and every item from their personal three readings using a 7-point −3 to +3 accuracy scoring, they would also have to rate each and every item from the other twelve readings of four sitters, as if the information applied to them.

    The Sacred Promise

  • Thank you to Candida Fink, M.D., my wonderful coauthor, who was always there for me whenever I had a question and there were plenty of those and who meticulously conferred with me on each and every subject.

    The Ups and Downs of Raising a Bipolar Child

  • "So Republicans in the House will be examining each and every one of the 2,000-plus pages" of the law, which he called "a job creator's nightmare."

    GOP uses budget, other tools to weaken financial overhaul

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