With neither anywhere to return to nor anybody to greet him, ~

I used 'neither A nor B' to express that 'he' doesn't have any place to go back and anybody to greet him.

Does the sentence above make sense?

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With neither anywhere to return to, nor anybody to greet him.

is the same as saying

With nowhere to return to, and nobody to greet him.

You're using this correctly.

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