nowhere

All Adverb Noun
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  • It lies low, the ground nowhere rising more than above mean sea level.
  • Most of those still in the city were very poor and had nowhere else to go.
  • He decided that if his career went nowhere he would still have a chance to try something else.
  • He traveled from place to place, remaining nowhere more than a few weeks.
  • She has to get off at the last stop, which is in the middle of nowhere.
  • I've put up in the middle of nowheres to let her get back her wind. Cited from Alcatraz, by Max Brand
  • Nowhere in the pages of history can one find a greater champion of justice!
  • Rock culture, in the social and political sense, was nowhere in sight.
  • But when they return to the wall, the Doctor is nowhere to be found.
  • However, it had nowhere near the powerful role it has today.
  • They also come across what appears to be a medieval castle constructed in the middle of nowhere.
  • The area has a number of species found nowhere else.
  • That's where the money comes from in this country, nowhere else.
  • There's nowhere else to go with their roles, and they know it.
  • He was later imprisoned, so was nowhere near his daughter at the time of her death.
  • David also disputes the figure as being nowhere near what he has.
  • The flora of the island includes some plant species found nowhere else in the world.
  • When she returned her son was nowhere in sight.
  • Both of his parents are currently nowhere to be found.
  • They therefore throw much light upon the social and economic conditions of ancient life, such as are nowhere else recorded.
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Synonyms of nowhere

Meaning of nowhere

  • noun An insignificant place
    he came out of nowhere
  • adverb Not anywhere; in or at or to no place
    I am going nowhere