Every person; everybody. See Usage Notes at every, he1.(pronoun)
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Use "everyone" in a sentence
"Also, I would rather not have everyone I know, all my friends, family, *everyone* die."
"Long ago, I (and Amit Rathore and Ajey Gore) had to effectively kidnap Roy (Singham) to persuade him to authorize laptops for everyone coz the powers that be in India dragged their feet over buying laptops * for everyone*."
"I think we're going to have to resign ourselves to a future in which everyone thinks everything they do is noteworthy to everyone*."