Origin of elsewhereMiddle English elleswher from Old English elleshwær
In or to a different or another place: has property at the shore and elsewhere.
- In or at some other place or places; away.
- These particular trees are not to be found elsewhere.
- To some other place.
- If you won’t serve us, we’ll go elsewhere.
- A place other than here; somewhere else.
- If you want to use it elsewhere, do so.
- She doesn't want us to worry if she sleeps elsewhere tonight!
- "Excuse me!" he added, turning to the baron, "we will finish this conversation elsewhere--at a ball one must dance."
- If my reasoning elsewhere in this book is correct, we are moving toward a future where there will be nothing but healthy, well-developed, rich countries with modern infrastructure.
- If he was dead-dead, what creature wanted her to go elsewhere and why? If he wasn't dead-dead, why didn't he speak to her?