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?


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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