everyone and their dog

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everyone and their dog

  1. (idiomatic) A large number of people; most people.
    • 2009, Susan Case, That's a Dead One Alright, Tate Publishing (2009), ISBN 9781607994213, page 114:
      "Mind you, this was years before everyone and their dog had a cell phone."

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