everybody[ ev-ree-bod-ee, -buhd-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF everybody
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Everybody was drawn to her, yet not a soul took any comfort in her.
Everybody said that he had only succeeded in showing that his resignation was unnecessary.
This was Katherine Holroyd, a sympathetic observer and everybody's intimate.
In such a mood I wonder why everybody does not write poetry.
Everybody else said that Dozier was the best man that ever pulled a gun out of leather.
There was something to be done for everybody—for himself and for poor Amy Amber!
They want to loaf about, and drink, and be a nuisance to everybody, like some of the rich ones.
Everybody says he will, because father is such an awful one.
Somehow, Gilder, the way she talked had its effect on everybody in the courtroom.
In short, there is a vast body of art now within the reach of everybody.