Definition of Throughither

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Throughither

through train
through transfer imaging
through until
through variable
through variables
through with(p)
throughcomposed
throughe
throughfall
throughfalls
throughfare
throughflow
throughflows
throughgang
throughgoing
throughither (current term)
throughline
throughlines
throughly
throughother
throughout
throughput
throughputs
throughs
throughway
throughways
throve
throw
throw-away
throw-aways

Literary usage of Throughither

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1. The Bookman (1898)
"A decent soul the Splendid ! throughither a bit and better at promise than performance, but at the core as good as gold, and a fellow you never weary of ..."

2. Thomas Carlyle: The Man and His Books : Illustrated by Personal by William Howie Wylie (1881)
"There was, let me see," he said, leaning on his shovel and pondering, " there was Jock, he was a kind o' throughither sort o' chap, a doctor, ..."

3. John Splendid: The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn by Neil Munro (1898)
"Some other defaulters were dealt with before the Mac- Nicolls, a few throughither women and lads from the back-lanes of the burghs, on the old tale, ..."

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