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everywhere (adv.)

"in every place, in all places," c. 1200, eauerihwer, contracted from Old English æfre gehwær; see ever (adv.) + where. Not from every; the -i- in the word apparently was a prefix; compare handiwork. Old English also had æghwær "aywhere, everywhere."

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Definitions of everywhere

everywhere (adv.)
to or in any or all places; (`everyplace' is used informally for `everywhere');
he carried a gun everywhere he went
people everywhere are becoming aware of the problem
You find fast food stores everywhere
Synonyms: everyplace / all over
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