Tom, Dick, and Harry


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Tom, Dick, and Harry

n. Informal
Anybody at all; a member of the public at large: It's not a smart idea to admit every Tom, Dick, and Harry to the party.
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Tom, Dick, and Harry

or

Tom, Dick, or Harry

n
an ordinary, undistinguished, or common person (esp in the phrases every Tom, Dick, and Harry; any Tom, Dick, or Harry)
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Tom′, Dick′, and Har′ry


n.
anyone or everyone indiscriminately: They invited every Tom, Dick, and Harry to the party.
[1805–15]
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