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Nowhere on earth is free from ecological damage.
There is nowhere else for me to stay.
Nowhere does it say that we cannot have guests in our rooms.
Many people are concerned about education, but nowhere more so than in France.
The old railway tracks lead nowhere.
Our investigation got nowhere.
His career is going nowhere.
The negotiators are getting nowhere fast.
Trying to bribe the officials got us nowhere.
The children were nowhere in sight.
The papers were nowhere to be found.
The car seemed to come out of nowhere.
The horse came from nowhere to win by six lengths.
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Definition of nowhere from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.