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See also: every one
- Every person.
- This can be used loosely to mean "the majority of people," though linguistic purists will protest. Everyone takes a singular verb: Is everyone here?; Everyone has heard of it. However, similar to what occurs with collective or group nouns like crowd or team, sometimes a plural pronoun refers back to everyone: Everyone was laughing at first, but then they all stopped.
- (every person): no one