Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.
qazmlp wrote on 21 Aug 2004:
Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.

Believe it. There is no such word in standard use in any known brand of English in the world.

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Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.

It's a spelling mistake for "where else".

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Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.

Whyshould it? Wherelse otherthan thedictionary didyou lookitup? Whyelide letters? Isthat thingin theroad a deadog?
qazmlp wrote on 21 Aug 2004:

Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.

Believe it. There is no such word in standard use in any known brand of English in the world.

But there might be soon. We can't know.
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Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.

It's a spelling mistake for "where else".

Wherever did you get that idea?...g
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It's a spelling mistake for "where else".

Wherever did you get that idea?...g

Dude!

Andrew Gwilliam
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The Grammer Genious wrote on 21 Aug 2004:
qazmlp wrote on 21 Aug 2004: Believe it. There is no such word in standard use in any known brand of English in the world.

But there might be soon. We can't know.

Oh, there will be, for sure. Custom's lowest common denominator will see to that.

Franke: EFL teacher & medical editor.
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The Grammer Genious wrote on 21 Aug 2004:

But there might be soon. We can't know.

Oh, there will be, for sure. Custom's lowest common denominator will see to that.

Not that there's anything wrong with that. You mean. I assume.

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