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hitherward

or hith·er·wards

[hith-er-werd]
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  1. hither.
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Origin of hitherward

before 1100; Middle English, Old English hiderward. See hither, -ward
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Examples from the Web for hitherward

Historical Examples

  • Such a warship as was this came not hitherward without an errand.

    Ulric the Jarl

    William O. Stoddard

  • She cannot, if she would, check the tide which bears them hitherward.

  • O fair she is of her array, As hitherward she wends her way.

    Poems by the Way

    William Morris

  • Hitherward must men who seek the soul of Lincoln turn their eye.

  • Then Sir Boindegardus said, "Does that knight who was there follow me hitherward?"