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adverb & pronounNorth American
- as adverb ‘I'll see if I can see your clothes anywheres’informal or dialect form of anywhere
- ‘You won't find that written anywheres.’
- ‘Johhny, don't think you'll get anywheres wi’ 'im, least not today.’
- ‘Those mean hermits don't seem to be anywheres close, now are they?’
- ‘I am not being carried anywheres thank you very much!’
- ‘‘Naw, I'm not that desperate for money,’ said Joseph, ‘but I doubt we are gonna get anywheres today.’’
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