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Synonyms for everyone
ˈɛv riˌwʌn, -wən

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  1. everyone(pronoun)

    Synonyms:
    the world and his wife, everybody

    Antonyms:
    no one

  2. everyone(pronoun)

    Every person.

    Synonyms:
    everybody, the world and his wife

    Antonyms:
    no one

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "everyone":

    everybody, anyone, all, each, anybody, allen

How to pronounce everyone?

Alex
Alex
US English
Daniel
Daniel
British
Karen
Karen
Australian
Veena
Veena
Indian

How to say everyone in sign language?

  1. everyone

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#3389allen
#4657everybody
#6009anybody

How to use everyone in a sentence?

  1. The Houthis:

    Everyone must move to the front lines, we cannot sacrifice our dignity and freedom and independence. We will defend our land and our honor.

  2. Riccardo Orcel:

    Less than 10 years ago, every investment bank was talking about expanding in the BRIC countries, we have now got to a point where almost everyone is retrenching.

  3. Matias Dominguez:

    Everyone in Chile is just going crazy, it was something that for all of us, we thought it was almost impossible. ... We were waiting a few more years for the next player to get into the Masters. I think everyone is in shock right now that we got another Chilean guy playing the Masters after like 50 years.

  4. Kevin Brady:

    We need to take them head-on. I think a good, solid agreement with China could actually create a new era of fair trade with China for our farmers, our workers and our businesses, this is leverage. So keep everyone at the table.

  5. Dean Keak Tegn:

    The more we are united in our spirits, souls, and strengths, the more we will work hard through synergy for the great of everyone.


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