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adverb, conjunction, pronoun everywhere pronunciation in American English /ˈevriˌwer/
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Everywhere can be used in the following ways:
as an adverb: We searched everywhere for them.
as a pronoun: Everywhere was very quiet.
as a conjunction (connecting two clauses): Everywhere I looked, there was death and destruction.
 
  1. 1
    used for talking about a very large area such as a region, a country, or the whole world
    I’d like to thank all my fans everywhere for their support.
    You can use your credit card virtually everywhere in Europe.
  2. 2
    all the places that someone visits or goes to
    Everywhere we go, people seem to recognize us.
    Rosie travels everywhere with me.
  3. 3
    used for talking about all of a small area
    When we got to Newport, we found everywhere was closed (=all the stores, bars, etc.).
    everywhere else: My keys must be in the desk, I’ve searched everywhere else.

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