- to no place; nowhere: paths leading nowhither.
Origin of nowhither
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Examples from the Web for nowhither
She had nowhither to run—but there she was at the end of a large trap.The Fifth Queen
Ford Madox Ford
But we get nowhither unless we carefully distinguish between the foundation of the problem and the problem itself.
As the miles were covered he still floundered in a maze of speculation that seemed to lead him nowhither.The One-Way Trail
- archaic to no place; to nowhere
Old English nāhwider. See neither
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Word Origin and History for nowhither
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