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  • Examples in each class. (3)
  • Let each judge for himself. (9)
  • Once so much to each other! (4)
  • They sat opposite each other. (8)
  • Then they turned to each other. (8)
  • They gather strength each year. (10)
  • We passed each other several times. (4)
  • Each thorn pierces me till I bleed. (12)
  • They fly at each other, and shake hands. (9)
  • They glared Each at each. (10)
  • The meeting was very satisfactory on each side. (4)
  • My daughter and my nephew are formed for each other. (4)
  • These gentlemen were connoisseurs, each in his walk. (10)
  • They were now able to speak to each other and consult. (4)
  • He jerked back at each sentence, electrified, staring. (10)
  • They must encounter each other, and make the best of it. (4)
  • The doors of the two rooms were just opposite each other. (4)
  • While they were within reach of each other that must happen. (8)
  • Shirts, stockings, cravats, and waistcoats faced her in each. (4)
  • Each had a computation machine before her and a pile of slips. (13)
  • But each, with Philosophy in aid, blooms, and is humanly shapely. (10)
  • The wedding-journeyers looked at each other with eyes of sad amaze. (9)
  • Secret missives came, I hear, to each of them, and both are gadding. (10)
  • Then comes that period when they are to give their troth to each other. (10)
  • He seemed entirely unconscious that each step he now took wakened peals. (10)
  • He turned away; but with each step, something seemed to jab at his heart. (8)
  • Did never two dart at each other, seize, and cling, and ever after be one? (8)
  • They glanced at each other with a flash of resentment, and then they both laughed. (9)
  • They looked at each other, and looked away, the farmer thrumming on the arm of his chair. (10)
  • Captain Wentworth was acknowledged again by each, by Elizabeth more graciously than before. (4)
  • When Ferrand had gone off with a portmanteau in each hand, he sat down and told Antonia: . (8)
  • And they sat awkwardly staring past each other, having pitched on their pet points of snobbery. (8)
  • At each step we trod on souvenirs, innocent in themselves, had they recurred to childish minds. (10)
  • Each English gentleman had a Welsh gentleman beside him; they both sat firm; both fell together. (10)
  • Each one of these panels has been spread upon a different base or made with different proportions. (17)
  • I need not say which was heterodox, or that each had a deep and strenuous conscience in the matter. (9)
  • She had sight of a tear that grew big under the lashes of each of his eyelids, and rolled heavily. (10)
  • It is like a crowd of people trying to make themselves heard by shouting each at the top of his voice. (9)
  • As he goes out the three officials do not look at each other, but their faces wear peculiar expressions. (8)
  • So the half-frozen English, each man hugging his musket in his frost-bitten fingers, waited for the enemy. (19)
  • Each subordinate must be so drilled and fitted to his place as to become in a sense the replica of his chief. (16)
  • Rounder at each inspection, he preaches to mankind from the text of a finger curved upon the pattern spectacles. (10)
  • At the hoarse sound he made, her heart beat fast, while old Roy and the spaniel John growled gently at each other. (8)
  • Burnamy and Miss Triscoe, as they hung upon the rail, owned to each other that they hated to have the voyage over. (9)
  • Strike a line and saw off the top of the studs even upon each side—not the ends—and nail on one of the inch strips. (17)
  • He was leaning there, looking intently down; his tall broad figure made the people on each side of him seem insignificant. (8)
  • In our dealings with each other we should be guided by the Golden Rule, as I was saying to Mrs. Lapham before you came in. (9)
  • She made no answer, but they looked at each other, and both seemed to ask, to entreat, something more; then her eyes fell. (8)
  • They had smiled so often through so many years that no two people in the world could very well be further from each other. (8)
  • Thus each leaf that fell was marked from the moment when it fluttered a good-bye and dropped, slow turning, from its twig. (8)
  • There were seven papers in the number, and a poem on the last page of the cover, and he had found some graphic comment for each. (9)
  • Seven years would be insufficient to make some people acquainted with each other, and seven days are more than enough for others. (4)
  • They were each attended by their several retinues of womankind, the daughters all much alike, but the mothers somewhat different. (9)
  • By degrees they subsided and united, each reserving its view; a point at which I imagined myself to have regained my proper humility. (10)
  • March and Fulkerson said the same to each other; and Fulkerson said that if the old man pulled out, he did not know what would happen. (9)
  • High hills rose immediately behind, and at no great distance on each side; some of which were open downs, the others cultivated and woody. (4)
  • She is sensitive, without resistance, weary, and so full of subtle knowledge and various gropings that each desire in her negates another. (12)
  • Each one, however, had his own pet theory of serving the King, ostensibly for the glory of the King, but primarily to gain glory for himself. (18)
  • The size of the water-back was proportioned on the basis of 2 square inches of heating surface to each gallon storage capacity in the boiler. (17)
  • The waiter darted back, bearing a tray and tall glasses filled each with piled parti-coloured liqueurs, on the top of which an egg-yolk swam. (10)
  • There had been an evening on which she had felt so desolate and deserted that she had envied each paving stone because it lay beside another. (12)
  • His indignation passed unnoticed; they talked, they laughed, each sight and sound in all the hurly-burly seemed to go straight into their hearts. (8)
  • Their meals are scanty, but even of these they eat sparingly; and though each is allowed a small carafe of wine, many refrain from this indulgence. (2)
  • Each one, as her ear received it, caught up her handkerchief, and laughed, and looked shocked afterwards, or looked shocked and then spouted laughter. (10)
  • Avowed in vigilant solicitude For either, what most lived within each breast They let be seen: yet every human test Demanding righteousness approved them good. (10)
  • That soft, vibrating radiance seemed to have woven all into one mysterious whole, stilling disharmony, so that each little separate shape had no meaning to itself. (8)
  • The dusk was gathering outside; the fire threw a flickering light, fitfully outlining their figures, making those faces, so familiar to each other, a little mysterious. (8)

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Definition of each:

  • each, ch, adj. every one in any number separately considered. | adv. each’where, everywhere. (0)

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