Green’s Dictionary of Slang

every adj.

SE in slang uses

In phrases

every dog and devil (n.)

(Irish) everyone.

[Ire]‘Flann O’Brien’ ‘Things Said in my Ear Ring’ Hair of the Dogma (1989) 88: Hardly a word appearing under his pseudonym in the Irish Times is written by himself. To use a witticism, every dog and divil in the country writes it.
[Ire]RTÉ TV serial Glenroe 21 Jan. Dinny: Didn’t I tell you? Stephen: No you didn’t. But you seem to have told every other dog and divil [BS].
every living ass (n.) [play on SE + ass n. (4)]

(US) every single person.

J. Velez ‘UFO UpDates’ on VirtuallyStrange.net [Internet] Folks don’t seem to realize that if what we have been reporting is true, then every living ass on the planet is in potential jeopardy.
every man jack (n.) (also every boy jack, every man-jack-rabbit, every man john, every jack man, every woman jill) [jack n.1 (1) as generic for a man]

every single one; thus not a man jack, not a single one.

[UK] ‘Miscellaneous’ in Fancy I IV 103: Mr. H. having knocked down every man-john of the nine pins, was declared the victor.
[UK]Cruikshank & Wight Sun. in London 74: Groans of tortured cattle [...] mingled with louder curses from the gin-washed throats of ‘men’ – every man Jack of them outcrying each other.
[UK]Disraeli Sybil Bk VI 214: There is none: my mistress says that not a man John of them is to be seen.
[UK]Thackeray Vanity Fair III 109: They begged hard a bunch of hot-house grapes; but he said Sir Pitt had numbered every ‘Man Jack’ of them.
C. Reade Peg Woffington 164: Send them all to bed; every man jack of them.
[UK]Westmorland Gaz. 11 Sept. 8/5: [from Punch] Every boy Jack of them was glutted with as much ‘pum-duff’ as he could eat.
[US]H.L. Williams Joaquin 130: Confound you, there was only a figure six of thousands, and every man Jack of you fingered his thousand, Caramba!
[UK]Punch 8 July 3/2: One of the Jurors: Are you going to hear them all? The Claimant; Every man Jack.
[Aus]Bulletin (Sydney) 9 May 12/1: One thing is certain – that if the alderman don’t tub until their drought has subsided, not a man Jack of them will ablute till the Day of Judgment.
[UK]Sporting Times 10 Apr. 3/3: Every man jack they did collar, / A stickin the darbies on some.
[Aus]Bulletin (Sydney) 15 Oct. 9/1: Nearly every man Jack of them was slain.
[UK]‘F. Anstey’ Voces Populi 270: Traitors, hevery man jack of ’em!
[Aus]‘Rolf Boldrewood’ In Bad Company 32: Listen to me, and drop them shears – every man Jack of yer.
[UK]E. Pugh Spoilers 169: To set every flabby man-jack of them a-quiver.
[UK]C. Holme Lonely Plough (1931) 178: I’ve known them stick their mark against every man-jack on the card.
[UK]‘Sapper’ Final Count 889: She’s got every man jack of us out of the house as easily as peeling a banana.
[Ire]‘Flann O’Brien’ At Swim-Two-Birds 81: Never thinking of the terrible danger we were in, every man jack of us, loading and shooting off our pistols like divils from below.
[US]H. Miller Sexus (1969) 20: Every man Jack of us moves without feet at least a few hours a day, when his eyes are closed and his body prone.
[UK]S. Selvon Lonely Londoners 115: Every manjack and his brother going to the park with his girl.
[UK]K. Waterhouse Jubb (1966) 179: Every man jack and woman pledged to the destruction of Stan.
[US](con. 1940s) M. Dibner Admiral (1968) 108: I know every man jack of you will do his duty.
[Ire]R. Greacen Even without Irene 26: Every boy jack of them was crammed with city lore, craftily on the make.
[UK]A. Salkey Come Home, Malcolm Heartland 185: The government is a nonsense government [...] an’ every man Jack in it drivin’ roun’ in big car.
[UK]N. Farki Countryman Karl Black 158: Every Jackman . . . same pay as if in him normal job.
[UK]C. Knight We Shall Not Die 7: Mi want every man jack in dis country [...] to know how wi feel.
[Ire]T. Murphy Thief of a Christmas in Plays: 2 (1993) Act I: Oh, on me solemn-’n-dyin’ oath, every man-jack-rabbit of them!
[NZ]A. Duff One Night Out Stealing 16: He’d be in there if it wasn’t for the fighters being Maori, near every man jack of em.
[UK]R. Antoni Grandmother’s Erotic Folktales 39: Every manjack and womanjill too had gathered there by the river secret to watch her.
[US]N. Hopkinson Salt Roads 9: Every man jack of us as we got off the slave ship, the white god’s priest used sea water to make the magic cross on our foreheads.
every postman on his beat (n.)

(US black) kinky hair that stands up in odd strands or areas of the head.

[US]Z.N. Hurston ‘Story in Harlem Sl.’ in Novels and Stories (1995) 1008: Every postman on his beat: kinky hair.

In exclamations

every time!

(US) a general affirmative excl.

[US]A.B. Cox Mr Priestley’s Problem 30: ‘It could be done... What do you say, Doyle?’ [...] What he did say, tersely, was: ‘Every time! Let’s!’ [OED].
Chulalongkat & LionessLynn ‘Cat Q&As’ on Chuwy’s Page [Internet] Do cats always land on their feet? Yup, every time. We’re the gymnasts of the animal kingdom.