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Everytime or Every Time?

Everytime should be written as two separate words: every time. While some compound words like everywhere, everyday, and everyone have become commonplace in the English language, everytime is not considered an acceptable compound word. Consider the examples below:

You don’t need to remind me to do the dishes everytime .
You don’t need to remind me to do the dishes every time .

Everytime we breathe, we inhale pollutants.
Every time we breathe, we inhale pollutants.
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