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everywheres (not comparable)
- (nonstandard) Everywhere.
- 1894, Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens), Tom Sawyer Abroad:
- I can see it all: beautiful rolling country with woods and fields and lakes for hundreds and hundreds of miles all around, and towns and villages scattered everywheres under us, here and there and yonder; and the professor mooning over a chart on his little table, and Tom's cap flopping in the rigging where it was hung up to dry.
- 1901, Various, Successful Recitations:
- People'll flock from everywheres to see you, and you'll make your sugar and cheese and things fairly hum.