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  • Contraction of everybody is.
  • Contraction of everybody has.
  • n. possessive form of everybody

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "I think at one point she said she'd rather not be known as everybody's grandmother, but she never got tired of playing anything," said her cousin, Marly Zaslov of Vancouver.

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  • Obama, everybody's pal, playing cynical machine politics?

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • With one over-the-top fawning, priggish, patronizing article, English pressed nearly everybody's buttons, Left, Right and centre.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The resulting document will either be a "final offer" that the Liberals cannot abide, or a "win-win" compromise with considerable water in everybody's wine.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • He's pouring money and troops into the Afghan adventure, bailing out Big Business, and trying to be everybody's pal.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • A good, meaty review of the world, loads of good links, and it should be on everybody's must-read list.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • "He still needs to work on his motor, social and self-care skills, but his condition has stabilized and he's exceeding everybody's expectations," says Carolyn.

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  • You had missed your chance to be everybody's best friend.

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  • Now everybody's frantically looking around and discovering that there's nothing left on board to jettison but the guy in the seat next to them.

    A party held together with spit, chewing gum, baling wire, and duct tape

  • And I think it is everybody's job in a family to try to make things pleasant for everybody else.

    Lance Mannion:

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