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1. everybody

Everybody laughed.
You can't just lounge around like that while everybody else is so busy.
If you buddy up to everybody and anybody, pretty soon people will think you're just a people-pleaser.
Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.
On hearing the news, everybody became quiet.
A chance to do as we please, especially to do as little hard work as possible, is a secret desire of almost everybody.
Everybody except him thanked the critic for her honest opinion.
Being objective means not telling everybody whose side you are on.
This meeting is a waste of time. Everybody is just talking in vague theoretical terms.
His standing up was the signal for everybody to start leaving the room.
Everybody is in a good mood looking forward to the five-day holiday that starts tomorrow.
It goes without saying that everybody is given the equal right to speak.
Everybody was so up in arms but it seems they got all panicky about nothing.
Regardless of age, everybody can apply for it.
Everybody has their own projects on, so after all you are the only suitable candidate.

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