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[ UK /wˈe‍əɹɐbˌa‍ʊts/ ]
[ US /ˈhwɛɹəˌbaʊts, ˈwɛɹəˌbaʊts/ ]
  1. the general location where something is
    I questioned him about his whereabouts on the night of the crime
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How To Use whereabouts In A Sentence

  • He looked at the capable assistant with sincere eyes knowing that this would rattle him into some flustered explanation of his whereabouts.
  • After researching the whereabouts of the lost city for over a decade, he undertook an expedition to find Atlantis.
  • His whereabouts were quite unknown during this period.
  • An order has just been given to stand in to enable our coast pilot, Cooper, to fix our whereabouts exactly by his knowledge of the land.
  • Whereabouts did I leave my bag?
  • Anyone with information about Roberta Aripez's whereabouts is asked to call the St. Marys News 4 Jax - Local News
  • His whereabouts are / is still unknown.
  • Aidan woke, blinking up into the gray of predawn, confusion at his whereabouts making him question the heavy oaken beams above his head, the draft from a rattling set of windows, and the dampness in the smelly blankets covering him. Earl of Durkness
  • It will also be ensured that transponders, which signal the plane's whereabouts, cannot be turned off as they were in the planes that were hijacked.
  • Another piece of the jigsaw in the puzzle surrounding her whereabouts is the simultaneous disappearance of her pet miniature dachshund, Boris. The Sun
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