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A phrase used to add emphasis in conversation by way of smuggling in extra things that don't actually exist.

While seemingly a useful collective noun applicable to "all the other things I didn't yet mention that pertain to this matter", the usage is not in reference to any single thing.

See also: Filler word
Example 1
Person 1: ...they were on fire and everything.
Person 2: So, just on fire then?

Example 2
Wife: It's raining? I washed my car and everything.
Husband: Did you really wash everything?
Wife: This is why we don't have any friends.
by Judge_ November 27, 2019
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Paper product used as a barrier against unwanted messes, such as the liner at the bottom of a bird cage.
Please put a New York Times under that before it gets all over the place.
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When u run out of "intellegent" things to say,u can add it after a sentence,the phrase means "and other things,etc.",it has the same usage with "and stuff".
1.I worry about my work and everything.
2.So growing up,u know,I had a cake and everything,but I never got any presents,cos I was born two days after Christmas.
by hejunjie11 August 20, 2013
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