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1nowhere

adverb no·where \ˈnō-ˌ(h)wer, -(h)wər\

: not in or at any place

Full Definition of NOWHERE

1
:  not in or at any place
2
:  to no place
3
:  not at all :  not to the least extent —usually used with near <nowhere near as serious> <nowhere near enough>
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Examples of NOWHERE

  1. I have nowhere to go.
  2. Nowhere is there more of a population problem than in this city.

First Known Use of NOWHERE

before 12th century

2nowhere

noun

: no place

Full Definition of NOWHERE

1
:  a nonexistent place
2
:  an unknown, distant, or obscure place or state <rose to fame out of nowhere>
miles from nowhere
:  in an extremely remote place

Examples of NOWHERE

  1. <from the looks of things, we're stranded in nowhere and most likely its proverbial middle>
  2. <in a few short years he rose out of nowhere to prominence in the dot-com world>

First Known Use of NOWHERE

1831

3nowhere

adjective

Definition of NOWHERE

:  of or relating to a remote or relatively unknown location <a nowhere town>

First Known Use of NOWHERE

1970
NOWHERE Defined for Kids

1nowhere

adverb no·where \ˈnō-ˌhwer, -ˌwer\

Definition of NOWHERE for Kids

1
:  not in or at any place <The book is nowhere to be found.>
2
:  to no place <We've gone nowhere all week.>
3
:  not at all <That's nowhere near enough.>

2nowhere

noun

Definition of NOWHERE for Kids

:  a place that does not exist <The sound seems to be coming from nowhere.>

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