(in time-travel contexts) at or to another point in time
‘By means of the belt…I will go into the future a bit.’ Whether that was where he went or not, he went elsewhere or elsewhen.
Bombardment in Reverse in Astounding Science-Fiction Feb. 125 (caption)
His world suddenly exploded, and he awoke elsewhere and elsewhen.
Three Hearts & Three Lions in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Oct. 84 (synopsis of previous part)
Warden forces are concentrated elsewhen. We maintain only a few agents like myself in this century.
Corridors of Time in Amazing Stories May 55/2
Merely whirling Ilsabet off elsewhen would achieve nothing.
Far Side of Bell-Shaped Curve in Omni Mar. 102/3
1989 Dragon Magazine June 68
You'll travel backward and forward through time, so be advised that some of the folk you meet and places you visit exist only at certain times and not ‘elsewhen’.
The man in the greenish yellow shirt, whose mind was elsewhere and elsewhen.
Imzadi i. 3
We need something different. Elsewhen or elsestuff or elsewhere.
Algebraist ii. 136
Norman L. Knight, in Astounding
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