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hereabout

or here·a·bouts

[ heer-uh-bout ]
/ ˈhɪər əˌbaʊt /
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adverb
about this place; in this neighborhood.
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Origin of hereabout

Middle English word dating back to 1175–1225; see origin at here, about
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