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  • adv. In or to some other place, or places; elsewhere.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In or to some other place, or places; elsewhere.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In some other place; elsewhere.


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  • Parliament of England where she may please within that realm, though her lieges would be somewhat startled if it were called otherwhere than in London.

    North America

  • Eckard has a talent for rendering an "otherwhere" feeling that's almost equal to Ursula K. LeGuin, Jack Dann, or Gene Wolfe.

    Sunlight Through The Shadows Magazine Volume 2 Issue 2 (ANSI Edition)

  • His construction of the fantasy otherwhere has the energy of total conviction.

    March Books 18) A Different Kingdom, by Paul Kearney

  • As her voice, in the song, made soft vibrations in his ears, it seemed to him that she grew dim and vague before him, and that somehow, under the soft searching prod of her song, he was otherwhere.


  • So much was he otherwhere that he did the surprising thing.


  • I do not know, save that, without whisper of man's voice or printed word, without prompting from otherwhere, this thought has arisen from within me, from the deeps of me that are as deep as the sea.


  • It's excellent and gives you that feeling of being otherwhere while you are reading it, not quite still in your own reality anymore, if you know what I'm getting at.

    Fic Rec

  • Of course, in the US (or otherwhere) I would hardly have come upon so utilitarian a conclusion, and I would have probably nursed it back to health, or more likely, driven it to the local SPCA.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • And the porosity to otherwhere can also have its flip side: think of the wardrobe in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe!

    The Achitecture of Fear

  • “A thing not easy to tell, lord,” says he, “on the ships that came out of Norvi Sound are twelve thousand men, and otherwhere are half as many again.”

    The Story of the Volsungs


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