But I presumed she had some other view in coming to me, than she had hitherto acquainted me with.
Hitherto he had heard their voices in the dimness of imagination.
You know with what indifference, said my mother, she has hitherto seen him.
Not in the least like those with whom she had hitherto been most familiar.
Then her voice rose above the monotone that had contented her hitherto.
Those whom we have hitherto noticed were the men of an heroic age.
You may judge how much of the poem remains as hitherto published.
Hitherto Mr. Temple's narratives had all been about boys and men.
Timid brides, you have, probably, hitherto been addressed as angels.
You, who have been hitherto the thorn in my path, the cloud in my fate!