everywhen [ ev-ree-hwen, -wen ]
1. all the time; always.
Origin: First recorded in 1835–45; every + when
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVERYWHEN
Everywhere and everywhen a man has to 'pay with his life;' to do his work, as a soldier does, at the expense of life.
PAST AND PRESENT|THOMAS CARLYLE
Everywhen and everywhere the flame of life had found its way through rocks, thrust aside obstacles, subjugated wills.
THE CHOICE OF LIFE|GEORGETTE LEBLANC
But ill-defined borders have been everywhere and everywhen the fruitful source of strife, destruction, and misery.
THE COLOR LINE|WILLIAM BENJAMIN SMITH
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