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here, there, and everywhere

Fig. everywhere; at all points. Fred searched here, there, and everywhere, frantically looking for the lost check. She did not rest until she had been here, there, and everywhere, shopping for just the right gift.
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here, there, and everywhere

In every possible place. For example, Flags hung here, there, and everywhere, making it a colorful occasion. [Late 1500s]
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flattery will get you ˈeverywhere/ˈnowhere

(spoken, humorous) praise that is not sincere will/will not get you what you want: Just remember — flattery will get you nowhere. There’s no point in trying to be nice to me so that I’ll give you what you want.

ˌhere, there, and ˈeverywhere

in, to, or from many different places: The letters came from here, there, and everywhere.We searched here, there, and everywhere, but couldn’t find the document they wanted.
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References in classic literature ?
The various interests and conditions of life within the ranks of the proletariat are more and more equalised, in proportion as machinery obliterates all distinctions of labour, and nearly everywhere reduces wages to the same low level.
The night was clear, starlit, and splendid; the tempest had passed away, and the sweet influences of the evening had restored life, peace and security everywhere.
Men took that up everywhere, it passed from mouth to mouth, at every street corner under the paling lights of dawn orators stood unchecked, calling upon the spirit of America to arise, making the shame a personal reality to every one who heard.
Everywhere the busy firemen were directing their bright streams of water upon the smouldering masses: their hose lay about the square, and long cordons of police held back the gathering lack masses of people, chiefly from the east side, from these central activities.
Everywhere in the world the devotees of each local faith abhor the devotees of every other, and abstain from murder only so long as they dare not commit it.
Smooth, spotless, unbroken, the shallow snow lay everywhere.
Despite my two disastrous experiences, here was John Barleycorn, prevalent and accessible everywhere in the community, luring and drawing me.
The members of the favored unions were branded as traitors, and in saloons and brothels, on the streets and at work, and, in fact, everywhere, they were assaulted by the comrades they had so treacherously deserted.
Institutions and governments were everywhere crashing or transforming.
Lady Janet has issued invitations for one of her grand balls at Mablethorpe House; and sh e has caused the report to be circulated everywhere that the object of the festival is 'to celebrate the marriage of Mr.
The footsteps of the puma wer to be seen almost everywhere on the banks of the river and the remains of several guanacos, with their neck dislocated and bones broken, showed how they had met thei death.
They wandered everywhere, they looked into every nook and corner, house and theater.
There are not so many of him; but his minority report is adopted everywhere.
Anna went out into society, as she had always done, was particularly often at Princess Betsy's, and met Vronsky everywhere.
The Countess is everywhere regarded as a widow, and a marriage has been confidently spoken of.