Definition of everwhere in English:

everwhere

adverb

dialect
  • 1Everywhere.

    • ‘The symptoms of decline are everwhere to seen and the impact on the country's morale has been dire.’
    • ‘You know how when garden hoses get all kinky, and then you turn on the water and they start thrashing around like snakes and the water jets out everwhere?’
    • ‘There are bums and crazies everwhere, some giving brazenly bad performances on instruments they can't play, hoping to gain some coin.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘I've looked everwhere and the damn thing is riveted on!’
  • 2Wherever.

Pronunciation

everwhere

/ˈevərˌ(h)wer/