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Everybody
Part of Speech: noun
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Examples of usage:
  • So does everybody else. - "The Lost Art of Reading", Gerald Stanley Lee.
  • You know an' everybody knows what he is. - "Bruce of the Circle A", Harold Titus.
  • Then in the morning we can tell everybody. - "Two Little Knights of Kentucky", Annie Fellows Johnston.
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