miles from anywhere/nowhere

miles from anywhere

In an extremely remote, isolated location, ever far away from other people. I'd rather pay a little more for a hotel right in the city than be miles from anywhere in some dinky B&B.
See also: anywhere, mile

miles from nowhere

In an extremely remote, isolated location, ever far away from other people. I'd rather pay a little more for a hotel right in the city than be miles from nowhere in some dinky B&B.
See also: mile, nowhere
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miles from ˈanywhere/ˈnowhere

far away from a town, a village, other houses, etc: The car broke down when they were miles from anywhere.They live in the country, miles from nowhere.
See also: anywhere, mile, nowhere
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miles from nowhere

In a very remote place.
See also: mile, nowhere
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