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1‘he searched everywhere for his horse’
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
informal all over the place
British informal all over the shop
North American informal all over the map
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