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everyone each and every person; everybody.
every other each alternate; every second (one).
everyplace everywhere.
every so often from time to time; occasionally.
everything every part; all. [3 definitions]
everywhere in every place; in all places.
evict to remove (a tenant or the like) from a premises by legal procedure. [2 definitions]
eviction the process of being forced to leave a property.
evidence the basis for belief; that which constitutes proof of something. [5 definitions]
evident clear; manifest; obvious.
evidential of, relating to, or providing evidence.
evidently as nearly as can be determined; apparently. [2 definitions]
evil morally or spiritually corrupt. [7 definitions]
evildoer one who does evil.
evil eye a look or gaze supposedly able to harm the one at whom it is cast. [2 definitions]
evil-minded having evil or malicious thoughts or intentions.
evince to show or manifest clearly; give evidence of; make plain. [2 definitions]
eviscerate to remove the intestines of. [3 definitions]
evitable possible to avoid; avoidable.
evocable able to be called or brought forth.
evocation the act or process of evoking.