everywhere

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(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
adv. wherever; all over, far and wide. See space.Ant., nowhere.
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(Roget's IV) modif.
Syn. in every place, here and there, all over, all around, at all points, in all places, wherever, wherever one turns, at each point, without exception, ubiquitously, universally, the world over, at all times and places; here, there and everywhere; in every quarter, in every direction, in all quarters, on all hands, on every side, omnipresent, throughout, all over the world, all over the place, all over the map, from Dan to Beersheba, from pole to pole, to the four winds, in all creation, to hell and back*, inside and out*, in every nook and cranny*, to the four corners of the earth, from beginning to end, high and low, far and wide, far and near.

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