every dayin the Information two till four every day.
almost everyThy kingdom come, say it almost every Sunday.
nearly everyThere you go comrades, every, nearly every single delegate is a Labour Party member.
have everyI have every sympathy for him.
every yearWe've taken apprentices every year since I've been there.
every kindAnd every kind of building brick and Duplo brick and Lego brick and Stickle brick and
every singleThere you go comrades, every, nearly every single delegate is a Labour Party member.
every morningWe can pass or receive radio messages by voice at nine every morning and six every evening.’
every weekNot every week.
every nowIt's a funny thing but every now and again she slips through here into the lounge and sits by the fire for a few minutes.
out of everyYou'll be overjoyed to see a child or youngster living life to the full and getting every ounce of pleasure out of every moment of the day.
every workingand manufacturing exports have increased by £76 million for each and every working day.
every time iIt made her start every time it sounded.
every wordI have tried practically every word suitable (grab, get, etc) but all it prints is either ‘exqueeze-me’ or ‘you can't’.
every fourIt is generally accepted that aims should be reviewed (even if this does not result in alteration) every four years.