VS.

Somewhere vs. Where

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Somewhereadverb

In an uncertain or unspecified location.

‘I must have left my glasses somewhere.’; ‘I've hidden candy somewhere in this room.’;

Whereconjunction

While on the contrary; although; whereas.

‘Where Susy has trouble coloring inside the lines, Johnny has already mastered shading.’;

Somewhereadverb

To an uncertain or unspecified location.

‘He plans to go somewhere warm for his vacation.’; ‘I have to go somewhere at lunch. Can I meet you at 2?’;

Whereconjunction

At or in which place or situation.

‘He is looking for a house where he can have a complete office.’; ‘I've forgotten where I was in this book, but it was probably around chapter four.’;

Somewherenoun

Unspecified or unknown (unlocated) place or location.

Whereconjunction

To which place or situation.

‘The snowbirds travel where it is warm.’;

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Somewhereadverb

In some place unknown or not specified; in one place or another.

Whereconjunction

Wherever.

‘Their job is to go where they are called.’;

Somewherenoun

an indefinite or unknown location;

‘they moved to somewhere in Spain’;

Whereconjunction

(legal) In a position, case, etc., in which.

‘Where no provision under this Act is applicable, the case shall be decided in accordance with the customary practices.’;

Somewhereadverb

in or at or to some place;

‘she must be somewhere’;

Whereadverb

Interrogative adverb, used in either a direct or indirect question: at what place; to what place; what place.

‘Where are you?’; ‘Where are you going?’; ‘He asked where I grew up.’;

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Whereadverb

With the preposition from

‘Where did you come from?’;

Whereadverb

In what situation.

‘Where would we be without our parents?’;

Whereadverb

(relative) At which, on which.

‘That is the place where we first met.’;

Wherepronoun

The place in which.

‘He lives within five miles of where he was born.’;

Wherenoun

The place in which something happens.

‘A good article will cover the who, the what, the when, the where, the why and the how.’; ‘Finding the nymph asleep in secret where. — Spenser.’;

Whereadverb

At or in what place; hence, in what situation, position, or circumstances; - used interrogatively.

‘God called unto Adam, . . . Where art thou?’;

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Whereadverb

At or in which place; at the place in which; hence, in the case or instance in which; - used relatively.

‘She visited that place where first she was so happy.’; ‘Where I thought the remnant of mine ageShould have been cherished by her childlike duty.’; ‘Where one on his side fights, thousands will fly.’; ‘But where he rode one mile, the dwarf ran four.’;

Whereadverb

To what or which place; hence, to what goal, result, or issue; whither; - used interrogatively and relatively; as, where are you going?

‘But where does this tend?’; ‘Lodged in sunny cleft,Where the gold breezes come not.’; ‘The star . . . stood over where the young child was.’; ‘The Son of man hath not where to lay his head.’; ‘Within about twenty paces of where we were.’; ‘Where did the minstrels come from?’;

Whereconjunction

Whereas.

‘And flight and die is death destroying death;Where fearing dying pays death servile breath.’;

Wherenoun

Place; situation.

‘Finding the nymph asleep in secret where.’;

Whereadverb

in or at or to what place;

‘I know where he is’; ‘use it wherever necessary’;

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