hereabouts

adverb
here·​abouts | \ ˈhir-ə-ˌbau̇ts \
variants: or hereabout \ ˈhir-​ə-​ˌbau̇t \

Definition of hereabouts

: in this vicinity

Examples of hereabouts in a Sentence

We don't see a lot of snow hereabouts.

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Both our champion and reserve champion were Texas entries not likely to be found hereabouts. Mike Dunne, sacbee, "Chocolate-flavored wine for Valentine’s Day? If you must, here’s the best of the bunch | The Sacramento Bee," 13 Feb. 2018 Wine isn’t subject to such tradition, at least hereabouts, where another month or two of warm weather can be anticipated, thus more opportunities to drink white wine. Mike Dunne, sacbee, "Dunne on Wine: There’s still time for white wine," 30 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of hereabouts

13th century, in the meaning defined above

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hereabouts

adverb

English Language Learners Definition of hereabouts

informal : near or around this place : in this area

hereabouts

adverb
here·​abouts | \ ˈhir-ə-ˌbau̇ts \
variants: or hereabout \ -​ˌbau̇t \

Kids Definition of hereabouts

: near or around this place

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