[els-hwith-er, -with-, els-hwith -, -with -]
- in another direction; toward a different place or goal.
Origin of elsewhither
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Examples from the Web for elsewhither
For if they have failed in sending him to the Bosphorus, they will succeed in sending him elsewhither.The Book of Khalid
Betty had not arrived; her flight had been elsewhither; and her stricken mother divined with whom.A Group of Noble Dames
Eternity: thither, of a truth, not elsewhither, art thou and all things bound!
If she went to Paris or elsewhither for a few days, everyone in the village felt her absence.Brittany
Mortimer Menpes and Dorothy Menpes