Part of speech: adjective

Being one of two or more; every.

Part of speech: pronoun

Every one individually; each one.

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Usage examples "each":

  1. Anna was naturally of an inquiring mind, and her mother's last remark awoke within her a new and strange train of thought, causing her to wonder whose little girl she would have been, her father's or mother's, in case they had each married some one else! - "'Lena Rivers", Mary J. Holmes.
  2. She would like to have you, and I am sure you would like each other." - "Eunice", Margaret Murray Robertson.
  3. We might as well understand each other." - "The Landleaguers", Anthony Trollope.