from the four corners of the earth

Definition of from the four corners of the earth

  1. :  from everywhere :  from all over People came from the four corners of the earth to see the sight.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  the fourth in a set or series

    :  something having four units or members: such as

    :  a 4-oared racing shell or its crew

cornerplay corners
  1. :  the point where converging lines, edges, or sides meet :  angle

    :  the place of intersection of two streets or roads

    :  a piece designed to form, mark, or protect a corner

  1. :  situated at a corner

    :  used or fitted for use in or on a corner

  1. :  to drive into a corner

    :  to catch and hold the attention of especially to force an interview

    :  to get a corner on

  1. :  the fragmental material composing part of the surface of the globe

    :  cultivable soil

    :  the sphere of mortal life as distinguished from spheres of spirit life — compare heaven, hell

  1. :  to drive to hiding in the earth

    :  ground

    :  to hide in the ground

Seen and Heard

What made you want to look up from the four corners of the earth? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).


feeling or affected by lethargy

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