where'er

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ConjunctionEdit

where'er

  1. (poetic) Contraction of wherever.
    • 1819 (published in 1831), Percy Shelley, The Masque of Anarchy:
      As waves arise when loud winds call,
      Thoughts sprung where'er that step did fall.
    • 2008, Paul Weller, Where'er Ye Go (song), on 22 Dreams (album):
      And where'er ye go
      That we'll never know

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