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Definition of "each and every" [each and every]

  • Each without exception; used for emphasis. (determiner)

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Use "each and every" in a sentence
  • "You either quit drinking or you ended up in the Hall of Fame with Shreve and Helmar and Evert and Tiger and Tex and all the rest, each and every one raising a glass for the camera, their tiny gold stars applied later, when it was over."
  • "Luckily, Mr. Portlyn came along with a very generous offer to each and every one of us, to buy our land."
  • ""So Republicans in the House will be examining each and every one of the 2,000-plus pages" of the law, which he called "a job creator's nightmare.""
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