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Eve·ry·manor eve·ry·man (ĕv′rē-măn′)
An ordinary person, representative of the human race.
1. (Theatre) a medieval English morality play in which the central figure represents mankind, whose earthly destiny is dramatized from the Christian viewpoint
2. (often not capital) the ordinary person; common man
an ordinary person; the typical or average person.
[1905–10; after Everyman, a character in a 15th-century morality play]