- 1) Whatever pertains to the subject under consideration; all things.
- 2) That which is important in the highest degree: as, it will be everything to him to get this office.
- 3) All things, taken separately; any total or aggregate, considered with reference to its constituent parts; each separate item or particular: as, everything in the house or in the world; everything one says or does.
- 4) Very much; a great deal: as, he thinks everything of her.
- 5) literally All the things under discussion.
- 6) colloquial A state of well-being (from all parts of the whole).
- 7) colloquial Many or most things.
- 8) All relevant matters.
- 9) All things or all of a group of things.
- 10) The most important fact or consideration.
- 1) Jones evidently was as neat as his wife - his sidekick said Boris had a place for everything and everything in its place.
- 2) Stephen was pleased with the idea; but: 'When I've got everything settled out there,' he said.
- 3) Jen fumbled with shaking hands through the skinny glass shelves, knocking everything out.
- 4) You go on myspace and read everything, and you read all their friends, and you know * everything*. danah: Stigma.
- 5) I look at the screen and I see this character who is the hero of a action-comedy space opera, and I know that everything I see, *everything* I see, I see because writers and actors and directors wanted me to see this.
- 6) Apparently when everything around me is quiet, my brain decides to make up for the silence and think and over analyze everything
- 7) She's just traded identities -- and everything else she does -- _everything_ else -- stems logically out of her delusional premise.
- 8) With everything (and I mean _everything_) coming into my mind for the past twenty-three years, haven't I learned enough to make decisions for myself?
- 9) I have lost many a thing; and when I was boasting just now that I had everything in my sack, I was guilty of exaggeration, as men of limited capacity are, in the use of the two words _everything_ and _nothing_.
- 10) There are plenty of women who take everything -- _everything_ -- and give nothing in return.
- 11) "I told him it was against my duty, sir; but he told me I must never dispute the Church, so he walked in and examined everything -- _everything_; he even opened the cupboards."
- 12) And then I felt so cosy and warm and safe that I told her everything -- _everything_, all about Mother Lynch and how my plans for the House of Laughter had failed at first, and then the
- 13) ‘It's a presentation with drama and music and then I wind everything together at the end of the night.’
- 14) ‘With the edges aligned, the stapler is then used to fasten everything together at the top left corner.’
- 15) ‘We created everything we did together and, yes, sometimes it was very stressful.’
- 16) ‘I was just wondering if you could put together a list of everything you have coming out this summer.’
- 17) ‘The day case unit is a small, private ward but everything will be mixed together in the big ward.’
- 18) ‘Lifting the pasta up high she tosses the spaghetti with a wooden fork and spoon to mix everything together.’
- 19) ‘We think the universe is expanding, which means that in the past everything was closer together.’
- 20) ‘I'm not surprised everything has come together so well, because the team was blended.’
- 21) ‘I had a really, really great experience and I was glad that everything came together.’
- 22) ‘To tie everything together, the soundtrack brings to life the entire adventure.’
- 23) ‘He lived in Brixton, did martial arts, taught me everything I know about self defence.’
- 24) ‘Pat promised to train me but he died before he got a chance to teach me everything.’
- 25) ‘He never missed a meeting and did everything he could to teach and inspire us.’
- 26) ‘I say teach them everything there is to know on the subject, education is the key to this problem.’
- 27) ‘I worked with her, and she wrote out everything and taught me how to pronounce it.’
- 28) ‘It was my first cookery book and taught me everything I know about cookery in the tropics.’
- 29) ‘When we first got together we could talk for hours and we shared everything.’
- 30) ‘Survive a holiday together and you can take everything that's thrown at you in matrimony.’
- 31) ‘As they all sat together on the bed, Libby told them everything that they did not know.’
- 32) ‘We've got everything from pocket money toys to items that are more expensive.’
- 33) ‘The victory at Wembley owes everything to the determination and action of the sacked workers.’
- 34) ‘He described it as a debut, but in truth he owed everything to his decade of experience.’
- 35) ‘Many people sacrificed everything to secure us the vote, and we owe to them to use it.’
- 36) ‘First you spend time seeing everything to make up for lost time, then you wind back a bit.’
- 37) ‘It was the first time I went on stage to do a show by myself, where everything relied upon me.’
- 38) ‘We are also often told that it is important to reveal everything and always to remember.’
- 39) ‘Neil says he risked everything to sue because honesty was important to him.’
- 40) ‘The plot centres around a man who is so lucky everything goes his way - money, girls and a fast car.’
- 41) ‘Tenderness is everything with chicken and this specimen was right on the money.’
- 42) ‘If we played well we had the bonus, if we lost we lost everything and we had the same money as other people.’
- 43) ‘They had nothing to lose by the action, and everything to gain by upping the stakes.’
- 44) ‘We can go wherever we please and everything depends upon how near you stand to me.’
- 45) ‘To most New Zealanders, the banking proposal smacks of Australia having everything to gain.’
- 46) ‘She says money isn't everything, but it remains the key to unlocking aspirations.’
- 47) ‘The first is that money is not everything when it comes to getting your message across.’
- 48) ‘The wind was also a bit stronger compared to this morning but generally everything went ok.’
- 49) ‘The network problem must have screwed up a couple of sectors on the disk, but everything's okay now.’
- 50) ‘Pete got out and went to the back of our van and the two were talking amicably and I thought everything was okay.’
- 51) ‘The problem is that when we were poor we thought everything would be okay if we got rich.’
- 52) ‘They were so fast acting and that alone is enough to make you feel like everything will be okay.’
- 53) ‘The record industry thinks everything is okay while the rest of us get on with our lives.’
- 54) ‘For once he just wanted to be hugged and kissed and held and be told that everything would be okay.’
- 55) ‘Raymond turned to his son and gave a small nod, telling him everything would be okay.’
- 56) ‘I wanted Michael with me to soothe away my pain, to tell me that everything would be okay.’
- 57) ‘We'll stop for a moment at the lake a few miles north of here to make sure everything's okay.’
- 58) ‘At first I felt very bad and wanted to comfort him and tell him everything would be okay.’
- 59) ‘An enjoyment of being safe and having hope and knowing that everything is going to be okay.’
- 60) ‘All that mattered was that they were okay and that everything was going to be okay.’
- 61) ‘She threw her arms around me and gave me a huge hug and told me that everything was going to be okay.’
- 62) ‘Focusing on the issue of money will go a long way to improving everything.’
- 63) ‘We have kept them fully informed of what's happening and everything has been out in the open.’
- 64) ‘The next few months will be crucial, and everything could still go horribly wrong.’
- 65) ‘Leave it all be, and everything will come good in the end like it invariably always does.’
- 66) winning is not everything