(in time-travel contexts) another time
He jaunted up the geodesic lines of space-time to an Elsewhere and an Elsewhen.
‘I wonder who they are, and what they do here?’ ‘They asked me the time and place…’ ‘What?… They have come from elsewhen!’
Father Ramón seemed to come back to the present from a private voyage into the elsewhen.
The Machine goes somewhere, she thought. It was a means of conveyance, an aperture to elsewhere…or elsewhen.
They find instead a gateway to elsewhen.
Anthony Boucher, Elsewhen
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