Anybody and Everybody


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Everybody and anybody are semantically related in one topic. In some cases you can use "Everybody" instead the word "Anybody" as a pronoun or a noun.
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Everybody pronoun – Every person.
Usage example: everybody must do what his or her conscience dictates

Anybody and everybody are semantically related in all involved topic. You can use "Anybody" instead the word "Everybody" as a pronoun or a noun. popular alternative
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Both words in one sentence

  • Why do you think you're rejected by anybody and everybody you encounter online, for that matter?
  • Series / All My Children And thanks to the Orpheus Project near then end of the show's tenure, Dixie, Zach, and possibly anybody and everybody else who has died.
  • Challenges anybody and everybody, regardless of what side they're on (though he seems inordinately obsessed with battling Yugi) and screws the rules, because he has money...and lots of it.
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