Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- At any time; ever: as, “anywhere or anywhen,” De Quincey.
- adv. At any point in time.
- any + when (Wiktionary)
“The text of the piece simply described the CROSSROADS as âthe centerpoint where all realities cross each other and from where you can enter anywhere, anywhen, anywhy, anyhow. â”
“In fact, they only serve to point out to viewer that nothing, ever, anywhere, anywhen, could measure up to this:”
“So if you normalize his vision to the current knowledge of space exploration I will argue there is no von Braun here or anywhere, now or anywhen.”
“It reads to me like We can expel you anytime, anywhere, anyhow, anywhy, anywhen!”
“She might leave Whortley anywhen for the amenities of Clapham.”
“Which, depending upon the clouds, has been anywhen from 09: 25 to 09: 55.”
“But I did get a sense of strength, an idea that the Zuni soul would not easily surrender anywhere or anywhen.”
“I never did forget them, in the field or anywhere, anywhen else.”
“One of my own tourists on the loose with an activated timer, jumping all over anywhen -- what a monstrous botch!”
“Brown enrolled in the homeless host, sleeping anywhere, anywhen;”
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