If you don't go, I won't either.
Use either hand.
If you don't order a dessert, I won't either.
He had a tool in either hand.
Bring either cookies, doughnuts, or some other kind of pastry.
“It's mine.” “It isn't either!”
An example of either is riding in one of two cars.
Either we go now or we remain here forever.
An example of either is a chocolate chip cookie or a brownie.
You'll either be early, late, or on time.
Scarce a palm of ground could be gotten by either of the three.
And either vowd with all their power and wit, / To let not others honour be defaste […]
There have been three talkers in Great British, either of whom would illustrate what I say about dogmatists.
I don't like him and I don't like her either.
Either you eat your dinner or you go to your room.
Wear either coat.
Rings on either hand.
Which movie do you want to see? Either will be fine.
Origin of either
- Middle English from Old English ǣther, ǣghwæther kwo- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition