Examples of everyman in a Sentence
an actor who is seen as the image of everyman
despite his superstar status, in his movies the actor is able to play the role of an everyman quite convincingly
Recent Examples of everyman from the Web
Malone's voice is a fragile everyman's voice, with a slight Texas twang.
Maddon's appeal lies in his everyman approach to life.
Part of baseball’s charm is the everyman nature of its players.
Take away the bling and the braids and his appearance is everyman too.
John Latouche’s very shadowiness finally turns him into a sort of everyman, or everypoet.
Damon plays Gardner as a kind of quiet everyman, the type who goes unnoticed most of the time.
Thanks the power of irony and the Internet's love of it, in recent years Fieri has evolved from culinary world clown to a lovable, if goofy, everyman figure spreading the gospel of Flavortown.
His catalogue expressed an everyman bent, one that was shared by anyone who came in contact with his music, which was everyone.
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Origin and Etymology of everyman
First Known Use: 1906See Words from the same year
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