Synonyms for hither

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It was Quicksilver; and he brought one hither, as well as the box.

The brindled cow, which has led us hither, will supply us with milk.

Hither, then, Magua retired, when his labors of policy were ended.

Hither flocked merchants and traders from all parts of Europe.

Hither the crowd was already streaming, and hither the procession made its way.

Thou whom chance may hither lead, Be thou clad in russet weed, etc.

I shall not stay in them: so it signifies nothing to tell you how to direct to me hither.

Now is the time when hither and yonOur city-people runSeeking a home.

Another spirit answered, 'He comes not hither, and will never come.

The answer of the other spirit was: 'He comes not hither and will never come.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English hider, from Proto-Germanic *hideran (cf. Old Norse heðra "here," Gothic hidre "hither"), from Germanic demonstrative base *hi- (cf. he, here). Spelling change from -d- to -th- is the same evolution seen in father. Relation to here is the same as that of thither to there.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HITHER

here

adverbin this place
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