Use either hand.
If you don't go, I won't either.
I don't like him and I don't like her either.
Bring either cookies, doughnuts, or some other kind of pastry.
If you don't order a dessert, I won't either.
He had a tool in either hand.
“It's mine.” “It isn't either!”
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.
Either you eat your dinner or you go to your room.
An example of either is riding in one of two cars.
An example of either is a chocolate chip cookie or a brownie.
Either we go now or we remain here forever.
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