Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To every place; in every direction.

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Examples

  • The floating clouds wander everywhither as does man.

    Fir-Flower Tablets: Poems Translated From the Chinese

  • For you and I will not bother about these stupid princes any more, nor will you need any friends except me; for we will go to this and that remote strange place, and our manner of living will be such and such, and we will do so and so, and we will travel everywhither and see the ends of this world and judge them.

    Figures of Earth

  • In the mean while the King's heralds rode everywhither in fluted armor, to proclaim the fulfilment of the old prophecy as to the Archangel

    Figures of Earth

  • "For we will be married out of hand, dear snip," he says, "and you will help me to discharge my geas, and afterward we will travel everywhither and into the last limits of earth, so that we may see the ends of this world and may judge them."

    Figures of Earth

  • The serpent looked at the poised egg, and he trembled and writhed so that his black scales scattered everywhither scintillations of reflected sunlight.

    Figures of Earth

  • And when my geas is lifted I shall not come back to you, my pigs, but I shall travel everywhither, and into the last limits of earth, so that I may see the ends of this world and may judge them while my life endures.

    Figures of Earth

  • Thus did Dom Manuel enter into the imprisonment of his own castle and into the bonds of high estate, from which he might not easily get free to go a-traveling everywhither, and see the ends of this world and judge them.

    Figures of Earth

  • Yes, yes, all this is certain, and I may not ever go a-traveling everywhither to see the ends of this world and judge them: and the desire to do so no longer moves in me, for there is a cloud about my goings, and there is a whispering which follows me, and I too fall away into the acquiescence of beasts.

    Figures of Earth

  • Just as he really was, he, who was not familiar with such mirrors, could see Count Manuel, housed in a little wet dirt with old inveterate stars adrift about him everywhither; and the spectacle was enough to frighten anybody.

    Figures of Earth

  • _ Madanikā, the birds fly everywhither when the tree is shaken in which they have their nests.

    The Little Clay Cart Mrcchakatika

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