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every

  

      determiner  
1    each one (of the class specified), without exception  
every child knows it     
2    not used with a negative   the greatest or best possible  
every hope of success     
3    each: used before a noun phrase to indicate the recurrent, intermittent, or serial nature of a thing  
every third day, every now and then, every so often     
4    every bit   used in comparisons with: as   quite; just; equally  
every bit as funny as the other show     
5    every other   each alternate; every second  
every other day     
6    every which way  
a    in all directions; everywhere  
I looked every which way for you     
b      (U.S. and Canadian)   from all sides  
stones coming at me every which way     
     (C15 everich, from Old English æfre ælc, from æfre ever + ælc each)  


every one  
      pron   each person or thing in a group, without exception  
every one of the large cats is a fast runner     
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every

  
  
all, each, each one, the whole number  

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It is right of every netizen to hold any opinion in cyberspace without any sanction.
[Tech.] freedom of expression
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Right of every person to get any information online without any restriction
[Tech.] Right of information
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