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everybody

pronoun ev·ery·body \ˈev-ri-ˌbə-dē, -ˌbä-\

: every person

: every important person

Full Definition of EVERYBODY

:  everyone

Examples of EVERYBODY

  1. The president waved to everybody in the crowd.
  2. Everybody hates to hear bad news.

First Known Use of EVERYBODY

15th century

Related to EVERYBODY

Synonyms
all, everyone, each and everyone, one and all
Antonyms
nobody, none, no one

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