: Sunday dinner—salads with an everything-but-the-kitchensink touch
Everything imaginable •First used in such phrases as ”They hit us with everything but the kitchen sink” (WWII armed forces)
Also, everything under the sun. Including just about everything, whether appropriate or not. For example, Our new car has every feature—everything but the kitchen sink. This hyperbolic term may date from the early 1900s but only became widespread in the mid-1900s. The variant employs under the sun in the sense of “everything on earth,” a usage dating from about a.d. 1000.
- Every time one turns around
Very often; too often. For example, Every time I turn around he’s asking for more money, or Something in this house breaks down every time I turn around.
[ev-ree-wey] /ˈɛv riˌweɪ/ adverb 1. in every way; in every direction, manner, or respect: They tried everyway to find the information.
[ev-ree-hwair, -wair] /ˈɛv riˌʰwɛər, -ˌwɛər/ adverb 1. in every place or part; in all places. /ˈɛvrɪˌwɛə/ adverb 1. to or in all parts or places adv. Old English æfre gehwær; see every + where. see:
[ev-ree-hwair-dens, -wair-] /ˈɛv riˌʰwɛərˈdɛns, -ˌwɛər-/ adjective, Mathematics. 1. (of a set in a topological space) dense.