elsewhere

[els-hwair, -wair]
adverb
somewhere else; in or to some other place: You will have to look elsewhere for an answer.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English elleswher, Old English elles hwǣr. See else, where

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elsewhere (ˌɛlsˈwɛə)
 
adv
in or to another place; somewhere else
 
[Old English elles hwǣr; see else, where]

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Word Origin & History

elsewhere
O.E. elles hwær (see else + where). It survived, but elsewhen (early 15c.), elsewhat (O.E.), elsewho (1540s) did not.
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Example sentences
In a globalised economy, banking transactions taxed heavily in one place will
  move elsewhere.
But the economic response really took place elsewhere.
So they drive off the ferry and out of town, in haste to be elsewhere.
Which, seek through the world, is ne'er met with elsewhere.
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