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almost everywhere

noun, Mathematics.
1.
everywhere in a given set except on a subset with measure zero.
Abbreviation: a.e.
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  • She has been almost everywhere, and is now hastening to make it everywhere.

  • Captain Cy had been almost everywhere and seen almost everything.

    Cy Whittaker's Place Joseph C. Lincoln
  • "You must have been almost everywhere," she murmured admiringly.

    Miss Pat at Artemis Lodge Pemberton Ginther
  • On the contrary, she has almost everywhere been extolled and eulogized.

  • By the summer of 1777 the Tories were almost everywhere in a hopeless minority.

  • almost everywhere the footpaths in the streets are paved with bricks.

  • If its work is nowhere complete, it is almost everywhere in progress.

    Liberalism L. T. Hobhouse
  • The new-comers seemed to be largely Yankee and German, almost everywhere.

    Across America James F. Rusling

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