• all, every thing
• you use everything to refer to all the objects, activities, or facts in a situation.
• you can also use everything to refer to all possible or likely actions, activities, or situations.
• everything also means life in general.
everything but the kitchen sink
• large number of miscellaneous objects or items (e.g. "i have got everthing but the kitchen sink in my purse")
everything has its place
• everything has a place where it belongs
everything is alright
• everything is fine, everything is ok
everything is ok
• everything is fine, everything is all right
• all the things that, each matter/object that
everything went smoothly
• all went well, there were no difficulties
everything will be alright
• everything will turn out fine, everything will work out in the end
everything will work out fine
• everything will work out in the end, everything will be all right
everything you need to succeed
• all the (ability, help, etc.) that one needs to become a success
• everything ever imaginable
cope with everything
• manage everything successfully
gave him everything
• provided him with all he had to give; gave him all that he now has
in spite of everything
• despite all that, anyway, regardless of everything there is a t ...