Definition of 'thither'
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But the prospect of careering through the streets of London spraying my name hither and thither suddenly feels extremely tempting.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
But there were still spaces left near the head of the large central table, and they made their way thither.Middlemarch (1872)
It is undoubtedly true that Bale is a fabulous prospect when given the freedom to gallop hither and thither up the wings.Times, Sunday Times (2010) Fairy Tales (1812)
Other people allowed themselves to be made slaves of, and to have their lives blown hither and thither like empty ships in which no will was present.Daniel Deronda (1876)
He told the butcher on "such a night precisely to watch at such a place, and the thief should come thither'.THE HERBALIST: Nicholas Culpeper Rebel Physician (2004)
Plants simply don't have the energy to rush around like animals, pumping blood and flapping wings and flashing nerve impulses hither and thither along their limbs.Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet (2007)
All the uppermost rooms in the palace were left to her use, and when any one was in need of her help, up thither he must go.The Princess and the Curdie (1883)
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