no·where (nōwâr′, -hwâr′)
1. Not anywhere.
2. To no place or result: protested the ruling but got nowhere.
1. A remote or unknown place: a cabin in the middle of nowhere.
2. A state of nonexistence: an idea that came out of nowhere.
miles from nowhere
In a very remote place.
Not nearly: has nowhere near enough money to buy a house.
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