otherwhere

otherwhere

(ˈʌðəˌwɛə)
adv
archaic poetic elsewhere
Translations
References in classic literature ?
So much was he otherwhere that he did the surprising thing.
lying at anchor in some coral lagoon) to that unreal place of Otherwhere.
Without knowing it he knew it, this camaraderie of the land of Otherwhere.
Recognizing the duality of their lordship over the Ariel, he loved the pair of them; yet, somehow, perhaps because she had penetrated deepest into his heart with her magic voice that transported him to the land of Otherwhere, he loved the lady-god beyond all love he had ever known, not even excluding his love for Skipper.
Lost the pack was, through the thousands of years Michael's ancestors had lived by the fires of men; yet remembered always it was when the magic of rhythm poured through him and flooded his being with visions and sensations of that Otherwhere which in his own life he had never known.
Compounded with the waking dream of Otherwhere, was the memory of Steward and the love of Steward, with whom he had learned to sing the very series of notes that now were being reproduced by the circus-rider violinist.
No, Mark's Other Republic was nothing so crude as a geographical or national otherwhere.
This as it will be seen is other far Than with brooks taken otherwhere in song.
But you are not my suns, I swear, go, send your radiance otherwhere.
There are other ways / to fight the Adam and Eve in us, with that handy little weapon, the enchiridion, / a dagger against Folly to whom you otherwhere sing praises.
I thought, this map has taken you to an otherwhere, not a
Such writing went in for medievalizing and classicizing in attitude and subject matter; poetry was seen as the summoner of an imagined otherwhere, some place of passion, beauty and languorous loveliness totally unlike the ugly quotidian present.