adverb Date: circa 1917 everywhere

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • everyplace — is a modern AmE synonym of everywhere: • Although, like everyplace else, the White Elephant had engaged a corps of college students Saturday Review, 1976 • She sets them on the floor because everyplace else is taken Internet website, AmE 2003… …   Modern English usage

  • everyplace — ☆ everyplace [ev′rē plās΄ ] adv. Informal in or to every place; everywhere …   English World dictionary

  • everyplace — This word is informal when used to mean everywhere. Spelled as one word or two, everyplace is less standard than everywhere …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • everyplace — eve|ry|place [ evri,pleıs ] function word AMERICAN INFORMAL everywhere: Everyplace he goes, he seems to cause trouble …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • everyplace — adverb to or in any or all places You find fast food stores everywhere people everywhere are becoming aware of the problem he carried a gun everywhere he went looked all over for a suitable gift ( everyplace is used informally for everywhere ) •… …   Useful english dictionary

  • everyplace — /ev ree plays /, adv. everywhere. [1915 20; EVERY + PLACE] Usage. See anyplace. * * * …   Universalium

  • everyplace — adverb Everywhere …   Wiktionary

  • everyplace — ev|ery|place [ˈevripleıs] adv AmE spoken everywhere …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • everyplace — adv. everywhere …   English contemporary dictionary

  • everyplace — adverb N. Amer. informal everywhere …   English new terms dictionary

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