Each

Definition of Each

Pronunciation: ēch
a. 1.Every one of the two or more individuals composing a number of objects, considered separately from the rest. It is used either with or without a following noun; as, each of you or each one of you.
It is a bad thing that men should hate each other; but it is far worse that they should contract the habit of cutting one another's throats without hatred.
- Macaulay.
Let each
His adamantine coat gird well.
- Milton.
In each cheek appears a pretty dimple.
- Shak.
Then draw we nearer day by day,
Each to his brethren, all to God.
- Keble.
The oak and the elm have each a distinct character.
- Gilpin.
2.Every; - sometimes used interchangeably with every.
I know each lane and every alley green.
- Milton.
In short each man's happiness depends upon himself.
- Sterne.

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all, all and some, all and sundry, any, apiece, aside, each and all, each and every, each one, each to each, every, every one, one and all, one by one, particular, per, per annum, per capita, respective, respectively, several, severally, specific, various
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