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
Corey presents as an everyman with working class roots.
As much of an everyman as someone who signed a two-year, $3.5 million deal could be, Tolzien is every bit of that.
In the tradition of Nickelodeon kids' show Blue's Clues, our narrator and nonpuppet intermediary is a white male everyman mysteriously given the same name as a certain mohawked pro wrestler of color.
Chance, who in six years has graduated from open mics at the Harold Washington Library to nationwide headliner, is a self-deprecating, everyman presence.
That sort of document work has been proving its worth for years: Think back to 2008 Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards’s $400 haircut — not a great look for a candidate pitching himself as an everyman.
Puddle of Mudd was among the throngs of bands that sort of picked up the heavy, moping and misanthropic sensibility of grunge and gave it an everyman attitude.
David Eulitt The Kansas City Star His father was an everyman, with a touch of showman.
Again—David Sims believes films like The House, which cast the actor as a frustrated suburban everyman, are a waste of his unique comic talents.
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Origin and Etymology of everyman
First Known Use: 1906See Words from the same year
EVERYMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of everyman for English Language Learners
: the typical, ordinary person
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