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each other

pronoun as in each

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Example Sentences

Masks were not part of the attire, or conversation, but we gave each other plenty of space.

According to Azevedo’s appeal, each other candidate had a decade less experience in government.

So they run into each other years later and it’s kind of the feeling of you left me hanging.

Over time, we watch as he learns the various ways in which human beings can do each other harm.

Connie and I will text throughout the day and send each other photos of our food as it comes out of the oven.

We would talk off and on, just checking-up-on-each-other kind of thing.

We clung to each other-was it to pass the time, or was it in despair?

Such is the case with our own language: each-other, one-another.

The same enthusiasm for art, the same studies and the same inclinations bound us yet closer to each-other.

The walls consist of unhewn beams laid upon each-other, the crevices being filled up with moss.

They reached the hall, where Siegfried and Gutrune stood to welcome them, and the men hailed each other-388- as brother.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to each other, such as: one, each and every one, every last one, every one, one and all, and one another.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.