Definition of everywhere in English:

everywhere

adverb

  • 1In or to all places.

    ‘I've looked everywhere’
    ‘everywhere she went she was feted’
    • ‘The girl was to take it everywhere she went and always to be aware that it was with her.’
    • ‘He reasoned that time was constant, that it applied everywhere in the universe in exactly the same way.’
    • ‘The integration of custom and the West is everywhere you look, especially in the churches.’
    • ‘I am always busy and so try to drive everywhere as quickly as possible.’
    • ‘The low-velocity zone occurs almost everywhere, except perhaps under cratonic areas.’
    • ‘It is the prayerful longing of people everywhere for universal peace and fraternity.’
    • ‘His career is enough to give hope to struggling thespians everywhere.’
    • ‘Centralised economic management has failed everywhere it has been tried.’
    • ‘It seems that human baldness is attractive everywhere except on the head.’
    • ‘In other words, the technology must fail always and everywhere, which it clearly does not.’
    • ‘He is a sore loser who wants to win at all costs, always and everywhere.’
    • ‘There is a growing consensus, everywhere except Downing Street, that this is the way forward.’
    • ‘It's not always possible to walk or cycle everywhere and for many people cars are essential.’
    • ‘The laws against the Jews were not, however, everywhere the same, nor were they always fully enforced.’
    • ‘Naturally they're seldom alone, as people seem to invite them everywhere.’
    • ‘Only the children run and shriek and throw stones and wrestle like children everywhere, making balls out of rags.’
    • ‘On the one hand, Lee suggests that audiences are being underestimated everywhere.’
    • ‘Nova Scotia is no exception; everywhere you go there are pipers belting out tunes.’
    • ‘It could be a ticket to a career, but critics call them an affront to women everywhere.’
    • ‘Big capitalists everywhere are always a bit resentful of bigger capitalists.’
    1. 1.1Common or widely distributed.
      ‘sandwich bars are everywhere’
      • ‘The entire place had ice everywhere and a majority of the houses were made of crystal.’
      • ‘She had friends everywhere and she was always smiling - right up until the day she died.’
      • ‘They were everywhere and, yes, many different styles, but always brown and blue.’
      • ‘In Venezuela you can buy these everywhere, in roadside stalls and cafes.’
      • ‘They are on sale everywhere but here you can still smell the smoke.’
      • ‘Yes, it is everywhere now, and you are probably sick of hearing about it.’
      • ‘He said paving slabs had been tipped up and there was mud everywhere.’
      • ‘They are a common bird in Florida and they can be seen everywhere nesting on telegraph poles.’
      • ‘The union flag was everywhere and all the Commonwealth flags were out.’
      • ‘She's terrified because well, there are guns and stuff everywhere and the dog is just a puppy.’
      • ‘It is nice to walk through our high street and not see litter everywhere.’
      • ‘But now it's got to the stage where people don't mention it at all because it's just everywhere.’
      • ‘As it says on office walls everywhere, the boss isn't always right, but he's always the boss.’
      • ‘If I'd won the Booker or the Commonwealth Prize my books would have been everywhere.’
      • ‘Spaghetti may be everywhere but flat leaf parsley is still not widely available in Dumfries.’
      • ‘There was so much blood and glass everywhere it was hard to tell what you were looking at.’
      • ‘The main focus should be spread out all over Canada, because there are great acts everywhere.’
      • ‘Gas is a common fuel, it is pumped everywhere and all of us live and work in the vicinity of gas pipes.’
      • ‘To Lease signs are everywhere in what was once one of Manhattan's premier districts.’
      • ‘Broadband is everywhere in abundance - except where it is needed, in the final mile to the home.’

noun

  • [mass noun] All places or directions.

    ‘everywhere was in darkness’

Origin

Middle English: formerly also as two words.

Pronunciation:

everywhere

/ˈɛvrɪwɛː/