either either  /ˈi ðər/


  • (adv) after a negative statement used as an intensive meaning something like `likewise' or `also'


  1. Click on the View menu in Netscape and scroll down to either Increase Font or Decrease Font.
  2. I don't deny my Muslim roots, but I don't vilify Europe either.
  3. You either pick cities, or stitch together whole states.


  1. To hear and see cicadas in greater New Haven, you have to be in the right place (slideshow)

    NORTH BRANFORD Chances are, either you’ve seen and heard the 17-year cicadas flying, mating and dying around you — and you wouldn’t have any doubt about that — or you’re wondering: Where are they?
    on June 19, 2013     Source: New Haven Register

  2. Indians emerge with ugly win over Royals

    CLEVELAND -- It was not a thing of beauty for either team, but for the team that won, Tuesday's game was slightly easier to digest.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The SportsXchange via Yahoo! Sports

  3. According to Nike LeBron James is already a two-time champion

    Either Nike knows something that we don t, or they are bound to anger some Spurs fans with a recent release.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Philly.com


  1. "Ultimately, we cannot tell either the Israelis or the Palestinians what's best for them," Mr Obama said. "They're going to have to make some decisions. But I do believe that the moment is ripe for both sides to realise that the path that...
    on Jan 27, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: Irish Times

  2. "I do believe that there will be certain assets that ...... we'll be able to recommend can be either redeployed or not deployed to the theater in the fall," General Petraeus, now the senior four-star general in Iraq, told the Senate Armed...
    on May 22, 2008 By: David Petraeus Source: Christian Science Monitor

  3. "I did not provide Brian McNamee with any drugs to inject into my body," Clemens said in his video. "Brian McNamee did not inject steroids or human growth hormones into my body either, when I played in Toronto for the Blue Jays, or the New...
    on Dec 23, 2007 By: Roger Clemens Source: Inquirer.net

Word of the Day
infatuated infatuated
/ɪn ˈfæ tʃu ˌeɪ tɪd /