• otherwise, in some other way
• otherwise, in some other way; besides
• you use else after words such as `anywhere', `someone', and `what' to refer vaguely to another place, person, or thing.
• you use or else when you are indicating the unpleasant results that will occur if someone does not do something.
• you also use or else to introduce the second of two possibilities, when you do not know which one is true.
• every other person
like everybody else
• as everyone, like every other person
more than anything else
• more than life itself, the most
no one else
• nobody else, no other person
not like everybody else
• not like all the rest, different, other, unusual, non-conformist
• not one other thing, not any other thing
• some other thing; something extraordinary, cream of the crop
• elsewhere, in another place
unlike everybody else
• different, irregular, an exception, nonconformist
• what other things