whereabouts

Part of speech: noun

The place in or near which a person or thing is. whereabout.

Part of speech: adverb

Near or at what place; about where.

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Usage examples "whereabouts":

  1. But first let me ask how you located my whereabouts, for this morning I moved to another section of the city." - "Zarlah the Martian", R. Norman Grisewood.
  2. She asked Elsie for her husband's whereabouts, but Elsie answered that she had had letters but that he had never given an address. - "Counsel for the Defense", Leroy Scott.
  3. Darrin was with Lieutenant Trent when he reported the discovery of the whereabouts of Cantor and Cosetta. - "Dave Darrin at Vera Cruz", H. Irving Hancock.