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Everyone and everybody

everyone

pronoun

every person in a group

everybody

pronoun

everyone

all

adverb, determiner, preposition, pronoun

every person or thing

altogether

adverb

used for showing that a total number or amount includes everyone or everything

...and all

used for showing that everything or everyone else is included

one and all

everyone

across-the-board

adjective

involving everyone or everything in a place or situation

universal

adjective

involving or affecting everyone in the world

without distinction (of something)

used for saying that something affects or includes everyone

from someone downwards

used for emphasizing that something involves all the people in an organization or group, including the most important person

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chicken raffle

any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat

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