everywhere Definition

  • 1in or to all places
  • 2in all circumstances

Using everywhere: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "everywhere" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The flowers were everywhere in the garden.

  • Example

    I looked everywhere for my keys.

  • Example

    Everywhere I go, people are wearing masks.

  • Example

    The company's logo is everywhere on their products.

everywhere Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for everywhere

Phrases with everywhere

  • to be present in many different places simultaneously


    As a CEO, he has to be everywhere at once to ensure that everything runs smoothly.

  • in every direction or aspect of a situation


    Everywhere you look, there are signs of climate change affecting our planet.

  • coming from many different places or sources


    The festival attracts visitors from everywhere, making it a truly international event.


Summary: everywhere in Brief

The adverb 'everywhere' [ˈɛvrɪwɛː] refers to the state of being in or to all places, as well as in all circumstances. It can be used to describe the presence of something or someone across a wide area, such as 'The flowers were everywhere in the garden,' or to express the extent of a search, as in 'I looked everywhere for my keys.' The phrase 'be everywhere at once' means to be present in many different places simultaneously.

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