whereabouts

[ hwair-uh-bouts, wair- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whereabouts

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In conversation with him my mistress broached the subject as to my whereabouts.

But how could they know of his whereabouts in this unknown country?

Miss Georgie went to the window to make sure of the gentleman's whereabouts.

Hence I went to call on Hellar, to ask of Zimmern's whereabouts.

Consequently, the further problem became the whereabouts of that bridge.

But now I knew his whereabouts, and coming up to him, touched his arm.

Later in the evening she received a telegram from Jan announcing Meg's whereabouts.

If by any chance it does, I beg of you to inform me of your whereabouts at once.

She had disappeared: no tidings of her doings or whereabouts had reached Wilhelmine.

On their first arrival he had felt distinctly curious as to his whereabouts.

WORD ORIGIN

"in what place," mid-15c., from whereabout + adverbial genitive -s. The noun is recorded from 1795.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WHEREABOUTS

address

nounplace of residence or business where one can be contacted
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