Hither [adverb]

Definition of Hither:

to this place

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Sentence/Example of Hither:

She definitely had a sweetness in her features — a kind of innocent sweetness, not a come-hither sweetness at all … She still looked great.

Hither does every soul in the place, at some hour or other of the day, inevitably gravitate.

She was a woman, and in truth she would have married the man beside her had he have come hither when he had gone to Chicago.

But draw near hither, you sons of the sorceress, the seed of the adulterer, and of the harlot.

Go, young man, and tell the tree to come hither, and the tree will obey you when you show it my seal.

A womans heart is not made of grains of sand to be blown hither and thither by a mans breath, she said very earnestly.

Know ye that there is a maid journeyed hither, hight Robinson—whose—(in her natural voice) what's the old for aunt?

I am afraid this is an unceremonious hour for a call, but my sense of beauty urged me hither in defiance of convention.

I am summoned hither, so I come, but it may be necessary to secure a hostage for my safe conduct outside the walls again.

Away in the meadows the lights of his men's torches darted hither and thither like playful jack-o'-lanterns.