- each person or thing in a group, without exceptionevery one of the large cats is a fast runner
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We expect you to be good friends with every-one, and shake hands with all you meet.Through the Mackenzie Basin
Then every-one began making them, too often from unsuitable negatives, and they fell into disrepute.Bromide Printing and Enlarging
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He had an ill-word for every-one and was an evil-tongued, foul-mouthed, self-pleasing and dull-witted mannikin.
What happened with his sons, the soldiers and the town was that every-one pursued vice and pleasure to excess.
This came as a pleasure to every-one; the Turk and Hind amrs gladly accepted his views; he was appointed for the East.