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everywhere

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Pronunciation: /ˈɛvrɪwɛː
 
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Definition of everywhere in English:

adverb

1In or to all places: I’ve looked everywhere everywhere she went she was feted
More example sentences
  • In other words, the technology must fail always and everywhere, which it clearly does not.
  • It is the prayerful longing of people everywhere for universal peace and fraternity.
  • There is a growing consensus, everywhere except Downing Street, that this is the way forward.
1.1Common or widely distributed: sandwich bars are everywhere
More example sentences
  • There was so much blood and glass everywhere it was hard to tell what you were looking at.
  • Spaghetti may be everywhere but flat leaf parsley is still not widely available in Dumfries.
  • Gas is a common fuel, it is pumped everywhere and all of us live and work in the vicinity of gas pipes.
Synonyms
all over, all around, in all places, in every place, in every spot, in every part, in every nook and cranny, in each place, far and wide, near and far, high and low, here and there, {here, there, and everywhere}, throughout the land, the world over, worldwide;
widely, extensively, exhaustively, thoroughly
British informal all over the shop
North American informal all over the map

noun

[mass noun] Back to top  
All places or directions: everywhere was in darkness

Origin

Middle English: formerly also as two words.

Phrases

everywhere else

1
In all other places: they are the same machines used everywhere else in the world
More example sentences
  • Whilst there is not a particular bullying problem in Cumbria, he believes it is fairly common, as it is everywhere else in the country.
  • But it turns out that political imperative prevails in New Zealand as it does everywhere else.
  • In fairness, we're not too badly off everywhere else, touch wood.

Words that rhyme with everywhere

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