A common misconception, not a typographical error. (C'mon people, you should have learnt this in primary school).

1. The word "Everyone" refers to everybody; such as when talking about a group of people.

2. The phrase "Every one" refers to each individual item or thing within a group.
1. "Everyone over there suck at playing soccer."

2. "Every one of those balls are red in colour."
作者 code7 2006年3月17日
See: Idiot
Everyone is an idiot.
作者 banana bread 2013年4月01日
everybody except Bryan M.

he never counts b.c he doesn't go to maine!
the definition of everyone to be everyone but me
作者 hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 2007年8月05日
Common typo of 'every one'
Every one forgets to put a space in everyone
作者 PhoenixJ 2005年10月23日
a person who thinks Nakey is totally gross
Everyone hates Nakey
作者 Anonymous 2003年3月14日

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