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everwhere Syllabification: ev·er·where
Pronunciation: /ˈevərˌ(h)wer/

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of everwhere in English:

adverb

dialect
1Everywhere.
Example sentences
  • European airports are everwhere poised to entertain the time-pressed traveller, offering serially-static posters - that is, mechanical installations that change their poster display every 15 seconds.
  • The symptoms of decline are everwhere to seen and the impact on the country's morale has been dire.
  • I've looked everwhere and the damn thing is riveted on!
2Wherever.

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