Meaning of otherwhere in English:

otherwhere

Pronunciation /ˈʌðəwɛː/

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adverb

archaic, literary
  • Elsewhere.

    ‘I think we should be otherwhere’
    • ‘those vast monastic houses which still exist in the Yorkshire valleys, and otherwhere’
    • ‘At the novel's end, the two escape into the ‘otherwhere’ from which Alec, the ‘rescuer,’ has emerged.’

pronoun

archaic, literary
  • Another place, especially one that is imaginary.

    • ‘I have a door that opens, unbe­known to my fellow passengers, to a secret other­where’