In any or every place; in all places. See Usage Note at everyplace.(adverb)
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Use "everywhere" in a sentence
"But here's what you should do: For the next thirty days take your daughter with you everywhere you go -- _drag_ her with you -- studios, restaurants, planes, hotels -- _everywhere_."
"It was just as he had been telling the man downstairs the night before: they were everywhere -- your neighbor upstairs, the butcher on the corner, your own son or daughter, maybe even the man you were talking to -- _everywhere_!"
"When I said formerly that our dear and wonderful steward the blood, was everywhere at once, you little suspected the prodigies involved in that _everywhere_."