Everichon

Ev`er`ich`on´


pron.1.Every one.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in periodicals archive ?
The stedfastness off women wil never be don, So gentyll, so curtes thei everichon, Mek as a lambe, styll as a stone; Crockyd ne crabbyd fynd ye none.
It is a performance designed to appeal to "the gentils everichon" (3113) at a time when adventures in the mode of Sir Thopas had begun to encode for an ambitious writer like Chaucer the threat of popularity.
We, too, want to be among the "gentils everichon" (3113) who can see the value of the tale's negations.