every Tom, the masses, every man jack, and children the people, old and young men, all and sundry, Everyman, the hoi polloi, the populace, Everywoman, the devil and all, the voters, Jane Q Public, generality, one and all, Dick, in the street, John Q Public, you and I, the public, all sorts, every person, and Harry, man, the man, whoever, each one, anybody, women, the whole world, every one, society, each and every one
entirety (part of speech: noun)
completeness (part of speech: noun)
- Everybody had something to say about it; and there was no end of objection. - "Ways of Wood Folk", William J. Long.
- How do you suppose the world would get on if everybody was like you?" - "Dialstone Lane, Part 1.", W.W. Jacobs.
- Everybody seemed to know exactly what to do. - "The Invasion", William Le Queux.