[…] but I risk this through the official centre, trusting that its call may find you by some tingle of the wire not yet loosened or cast off, which holds between the utterance of you there received, and your substantial somewhereness, which I doubt not.
1921 — The Methodist Review, Volume 81, page 596:
Do we believe that we may work with God, not in a sentimental way, not in some vague and poetic fashion with dreamy faith in the somewhereness of a heavenly Comrade, […]
[…] Mary Merris had found it good to shed tears in this little, funny old room, wherein an old man who had looked on life had brought into being a beautiful faith in the essential somewhereness of God.
Noun: "the unique characteristics imparted on a wine by the conditions of the place in which it was grown"
Which has that notion of "somewhereness" that is raised by the terroiristes to validate the quality of a vineyard?
2011 — Mike Veseth, Wine Wars: The Curse of the Blue Nun, the Miracle of Two Buck Chuck, and the Revenge of the Terroirists, Rowman & Littlefield (2011), ISBN 9780742568198, page 47:
Wine drinkers seem to think that somewhereness is significant. Wine labels frequently give us much more information about the who, what, when, where, and how of the contents of a bottle of wine than is available for almost any other consumer product.