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(used of count nouns) each and all of the members of a group considered singly and without exception

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each and all of a series of entities or intervals as specified

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What then, sir -- why, the other men became as enraged as so many lions: they fired more than a hundred shots at the house; but the Frenchman was sheltered by the wall, and every time they tried to enter by the door they met with a shot from his lackey, whose aim is deadly, d'ye see?
and every time I chanced to rake against any article, it seemed to give out thirty-five or thirty-six times more noise than it would have done in the daytime.
I am very well satisfied to think the whole population believed in those poor, cheap miracles--a people who want two cents every time they bow to you, and who abuse a woman, are capable of it, I think.
If you had to read seven chapters of it every time you were naughty I don't believe you would like it either," retorted Sara Ray with a flash of spirit.
And yet, every time the curtain went up, Captain Roberts brought the house down with the first stunt.
Every time that that young viper passes in front of my cell, she sets my blood in a ferment.
I must have threescore cattle killed,' said she, 'and cut up into quarters, and every time I look over my shoulder he must throw one of them into my mouth.
Broken-Tooth did not want to go, and every time his mother left the cave he sneaked back into it.
Every time I let him off, my conscience does hurt me so, and every time I hit him my old heart most breaks.
Every time I see you is a fresh diamond which I enclose in the casket of my heart.
Every time I catch him in company, to his dying day, I'll ask him in the guileless affectionate way that used to gravel him so when I inquired how his unborn law business was coming along,
All this time, the two boys followed him closely about: getting out of his sight, so nimbly, every time he turned round, that it was impossible to follow their motions.
He applied his cups several times, and every time struck his lancet into the same place; having drawn away a large quantity of blood, he healed the orifices with three lumps of tallow.
My dear little woman, the child is not going to die every time it sneezes, the house is not bound to get burned down and the nurse run away with a soldier every time you go outside the front door; nor the cat sure to come and sit on the precious child's chest the moment you leave the bedside.
To this day I conquer it every time I take a drink.