otherwhere

[ uhth-er-hwair, -wair ]SEE DEFINITION OF otherwhere
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For a time he was silent also, as a man might be whose thoughts were otherwhere.

Ahaz was indifferent to these prophecies because his heart was otherwhere.

Never before, or otherwhere, surely, has a fairy's bower been photographed!

Human nature probably had its varieties there as otherwhere.

That which is hidden by the poems, we can catch a glimpse of otherwhere.

Without knowing it he knew it, this camaraderie of the land of Otherwhere.

Then into my mind there came a clear command, from my own conscience or otherwhere, who can say?

Often the folk of that house, and from otherwhere round about, came down to the strand to watch him working.

Life aboard the Golden Boar was jolly enough, and no man in the whole company wished to be otherwhere.

Then said the damsel, 'Since I can go no otherwhere, will it please you harbour me here to-night for the love of God?'

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