- 1not in or to any place
- 2not existing or having no value
Using nowhere: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "nowhere" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
I looked everywhere but found nowhere to sit.
The company's profits were going nowhere.
He came from nowhere and disappeared into nowhere.
The road led nowhere.
nowhere Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with nowhere
We've been trying to solve this problem for hours, but we're getting nowhere.
The car came out of nowhere and hit me.
His efforts to find a job were leading nowhere.
Origins of nowhere
from Old English 'nāhwǣr', meaning 'not anywhere'
Summary: nowhere in Brief
'Nowhere' [ˈnoʊˌwɛr] is an adverb that describes the absence of a location or the lack of value. It is often used in phrases like 'get nowhere,' which means to make no progress, and 'out of nowhere,' which means suddenly and unexpectedly. The phrase 'lead nowhere' implies that something is not resulting in anything useful or successful.