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  • And because he knew that God would lead him thitherward, he had no wish, no care for anything beyond. Cited from Seekers after God, by Frederic William Farrar
  • But the second wife was more likely to help Johnny thitherward than the first. Cited from On the Stairs, by Henry B. Fuller
  • Even though through all his mortal life he sin no more, yet his drift is thitherward! Cited from Idolatry, by Julian Hawthorne
  • All accepted the invitation with apparent pleasure and immediately turned their steps thitherward. Cited from Elsie at the World's Fair, by Martha Finley
  • While a man looks thitherward, all the movements of his spirit reveal themselves only in peace. Cited from England's Antiphon, by George MacDonald
  • But, on the other hand, had he not had a leading thitherward? Cited from St. George and St. Michael, by G. MacDonald
  • And where I may look to find war, thitherward would I draw full willingly. Cited from Old French Romances, by William Morris
  • In a few minutes, however, a slight sound in another part of the room, caused me to turn them thitherward. Cited from The Flight of the Shadow, by George MacDonald
  • Great things were happening at Rome about this time: all roads led thitherward. Cited from Little Journeys. . .Eminent Artists, by Hubbard
  • And above him he beheld a castle, and thitherward he went. Cited from The Mabinogion Vol. 1 (of 3), by Owen M. Edwards
  • Wending our way thitherward, we found the very picture and ideal of a country-church and church-yard. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 10, No. 60, October 1862, by Various
  • So ere he returned to the court of King Arthur he had first of all to go thitherward. Cited from The Story of the Champions of the Round Table, by Howard Pyle
  • He raised his hand, and held it palm thitherward, and smiled at feeling a breath of air. Cited from The Prince of India, by Lew. Wallace, Vol. 2
  • Thereupon the eyes of the king and his guests turned thitherward also. Cited from The Princess and the Goblin, by George MacDonald 3
  • Jean knew of some more cows, in a field somewhere, and took my hand and led me thitherward. Cited from Chapters from My Autobiography, by Mark Twain
  • Write thitherward so soon as you have opportunity; I will write again before long, even if I do not hear from you. Cited from The Correspondence of Carlyle and Emerson, Vol. I, Carlyle and Emerson
  • I do not say there is much of the relation of man to nature in his writing; but thitherward it tends. Cited from England's Antiphon, by George MacDonald
  • He received an offer for his property, accepted it, pulled up stakes, and again hopefully turned his face thitherward. Cited from The Underground Railroad, by William Still
  • Proceeding thitherward, the evidences of destruction became every minute more marked, I might say more universal. Cited from Across the Zodiac, by Percy Greg
  • Another village is seen a couple of miles across the reedy lowland to our rear, and thitherward we shape our course. Cited from Around the World on a Bicycle Volume II., by Thomas Stevens
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