But Bow-may was walking towards the Sun-beam, and thitherward followed Gold-mane speedily.
But the second wife was more likely to help Johnny thitherward than the first.
The King is very unquestionably coming on; leaves Lubben thitherward October 20th.
thitherward, begging your pardon, Dr. Possum, I affirm to be the north.
thitherward did he proceed, advancing cautiously along, for he knew that there was a piece of water in the pleasure-grounds.
The hiding place that promised best was the old hunting lodge in the forest, and thitherward I turned my face.
The safety I sought was beyond the borders of the Republic, and thitherward I began to bend my steps.
thitherward he went, passing under the arched gateway, along a straight street, and into the square.
In a few minutes, however, a slight sound in another part of the room, caused me to turn them thitherward.
Thrand answered, "Ufeigh has a daughter who is called Asa, thitherward will we turn if it seem good to thee."
Old English þider "to or toward that place," altered (by influence of its opposite hider) from earlier þæder "to that place," from Proto-Germanic *thadra- (cf. Old Norse þaðra "there"), from *tha (see that) + PIE suffix denoting motion toward (cf. Gothic -dre, Sanskrit -tra). The medial -th- developed in Middle English but was rare before early 16c. (cf. gather, murder, burden).