everwhere

Related to everwhere: everywhere

ev·er·where

 (ĕv′ər-wâr′, -hwâr′)
adv. Chiefly Southern US
1. Everywhere.
2. Wherever.
Our Living Language Inversion is the linguistic process in which the two parts of a compound word are reversed. In the dialects of the southern Appalachians and the Ozarks, inversion occurs in the indefinite pronouns ending in -ever (whichever, whatever, whoever), yielding everwhich, everwhat, and everwho. Everwhere is an example of inversion when it means "wherever" but illustrates elision of an unstressed syllable when it means "everywhere."
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everwhere

(ˈɛvəˌwɛə)
adv
obsolete everywhere
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Yet I recognise the probable benefits of our having diplomatic representation nearly everwhere in the world, whatever the likely cost - and Washington is considered to be the most important posting for a British diplomat.
The fact that were leaked hardly the of Kim Yet I recognise the probable benefits of our having diplomatic representation nearly everwhere in the world, whatever the likely cost - and Washington is considered to be the most important posting for a British diplomat.
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PARIS, July 15 (KUNA) -- French President Francois Hollande on Friday said that "France is strong" and will win the fight against terrorist groups which are striking at countries everwhere which have liberty.
too many tales come out of these mountains and everwhere. There shouldnt be any tales" (92).
4857-59) [where the churches had been, he everwhere restored them; there where the bishopric and the abbey had been, he quite rebuilt them and increased their goods] (130).
For decades in East Germany, Lenin, who led the Russian Bolshevik revolution of 1917, was held up as the model communist, feted everwhere in portraits, banners and statues.