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
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Then, there's Gerald Green, who represents the style of the everyman by wearing Houston sports throwback jerseys to every game.
Bourdain was a person who gave voice and status (sometimes too much) to the misfits of these unseen places, and who had such compassion for the everyman of the world trying to find joy amid a life bowed to power.
Greenblatt hits this note throughout the book, pointing out that even the worst of Shakespeare's tyrants often value popular support and try to curry it with sham-everyman gestures.
But what’s undeniable is that Bolsonaro is luring in Brazilians of all socioeconomic classes by cutting an everyman image with his free-wheeling, politically incorrect style.
Walker's massive physique, booming voice and smooth delivery embodied the Western-era everyman.
Finding such everymen amid this insanity is a wild goose chase.
As usual, celebrity chameleon DiCaprio could be found decked out in a nondescript hoodie and baseball cap, his usual everyman uniform.
If Sheeran is the everyman of pop music, then Songwriter is the equally casual film version of its star.
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EVERYMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of everyman for English Language Learners
: the typical, ordinary person
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