whither

[adv] - to what place
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Whither

Whith'er adverb [ Middle English whider . Anglo-Saxon hwider ; akin to English where , who ; confer Goth. hvadrē whither. See Who , and confer Hither , Thither .] 1. To what place; -- used interrogatively; as, whither g...
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whither

1. To what place; used interrogatively; as, whither goest thou? 'Whider may I flee?' 'Sir Valentine, whither away so fast?' (Shak) ... 2. To what or which place; used relatively. 'That no man should know . . . Whither that he went.' (Chaucer) 'We came unto the land whither thou sentest us.' (Num. Xiii. 27) ... 3. To what point, degree, end, conclus...
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Whither

• (adv.) To what place; -- used interrogatively; as, whither goest thou? • (adv.) To what point, degree, end, conclusion, or design; whereunto; whereto; -- used in a sense not physical. • (adv.) To what or which place; -- used relatively.
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whither

to what place
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