Even Keel :
Even A Broken Clock is Right Twice A Day. :
This is used when people get lucky and are undeservedly successful.
Even Keel :
If something is on an even keel, it is balanced.
Even Stevens :
If everything is equal between people, they are even Stevens.
Even The Dogs in The Street Know. :
This idiom is used frequently in Ireland and means something is so obvious that even the dogs in the street know it.
Every Ass Likes To Hear Himself Bray. :
This means that people like the sound of their own voice.
Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining. :
People sometimes say that every cloud has a silver lining to comfort somebody who is having problems. They mean that it is always possible to get something positive out of a situation, no matter how unpleasant, difficult or even painful it might seem.
Every Dog Has Its Day. :
This idiom means that everyone gets their moment to shine.
Every Man and His Dog :
A lot of people - as in sending out invitations to a large number of people
Every Man for Himself :
If it is every man for himself, then people are trying to save themselves from a crisis without trying to help anyone else.
Every Man Has His Price. :
Anyone’s opinion or support can be bought.
Everyone’s principles have a limit.
Every Man Jack :
If every man jack was involved in something, it is an emphatic way of saying that absolutely everybody was involved.
Every Nook and Cranny :
If you search every nook and cranny, you look everywhere for something.
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