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Preposition (both senses):
- In or to all locations under discussion.
- He delivers the mail everywhere on this street.
- We went everywhere at the school - we talked to all the teachers in their classrooms.
- (colloquial) In or to a few or more locations.
- We went to Europe last year and went everywhere: Berlin, Paris, London, and Madrid.
- When I shop for shoes, I like to look everywhere.
- I've looked everywhere in the house and still can't find my glasses.
- They look adverbial to me too. Combining two prepositions into one (e.g., "everywhere on", "everywhere at", "everywhere in"...) looks suspect to me... The fourth usex in particular couldn't possibly be a preposition. —AugPi (t) 20:45, 5 December 2010 (UTC)