E'ITHER, a. or pron. 1. One or another of any number. Here are ten oranges; take either orange of the whole number, or take either of them. In the last phrase, either stands as a pronoun or substitute.2. One of two. This sense is included in the foregoing.Lepidus flatters both,Of both is flattered; but he neither loves,Nor either cares for him.3. Each; every one separately considered.On either side of the river. Rev.22.4. This word, when applied to sentences or propositions, is called a distributive or a conjunction. It precedes the first of two or more alternatives, and is answered by or before the second, or succeeding alternatives.Either he is talking, or he is pursuing, or he is on a journey, or perhaps he sleepeth. l Kings 18.In this sentence, either refers to each of the succeeding clauses of the sentence.
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