hitherto

90 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[hˈɪðətˌuː], [hˈɪðətˌuː], [h_ˈɪ_ð_ə_t_ˌuː]
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Synonyms for Hitherto:

hitherto (noun)

as yet, heretofore, so far, thus far, til now, until now, up to now, yet.

Other synonyms and related words:

Ere, Here, Whilom, aforetime, all the same, already, also, anyhow, anyway, at one time, back then, before, before all, before now, beforehand, beforetime, besides, by now, constantly, date, earlier, early, ere now, ere then, erenow, erewhile, erst, even, even so, evenly, eventually, ex post facto, exactly, finally, former, formerly, from prehistoric times, from time immemorial, further, hereto, hereunto, historically, how, however, in addition, in days past, in the past, in time, in time past, in times past, indeed, latterly, nevertheless, no longer, nonetheless, once, only yesterday, or ever, preceding, prehistorically, previous to, previously, prior to, priorly, recently, retrospectively, some time ago, still, then, theretofore, thitherto, thus, till now, time was, to the present, too, until this time, up till now, while ago, whole time, withal, yesterday.

Rhymes for Hitherto:

  1. hew, blue, screw, zoo, yue, lu, pu, slew, strew, moo, ru, dew, do, spew, crew, few, queue, gu, two, view, chew, ku, blew, sioux, loo, bleu, clue, chou, pew, shrew, grew, new, u, shew, rue, sue, coup, jew, hue, shoo, thew, who, shoe, coo, yew, skew, drew, threw, gnu, true, boo, wu, woo, mew, zhou, cue, flu, too, due, stew, lieu, knew, brew, goo, through, glue, flue;
  2. ado, accrue, bamboo, adieu, baku, outdo, taboo, cebu, debut, imbue, askew, anew, tatu, renew, redo, pursue, ague, ensue, construe, subdue, undo, fondue, unglue, canoe, babu, review, miscue, undue, revue, withdrew, eschew, wahoo, peru, untrue;
  3. katmandu, misconstrue, overdue, overthrew, overdo, kangaroo, iou, depardieu;
  4. hullabaloo;

Quotes for Hitherto:

  1. Anything that is worth doing has been done frequently. Things hitherto undone should be given, I suspect, a wide berth. Max Beerbohm.
  2. Skepticism is an important historical tool. It is the starting point of all revision of hitherto accepted history. Samuel E. Morison.
  3. There is a number among us, young and old, of all sorts almost among us, that swarm up and down towns, and woods, and fields, whose care and work hitherto hath been like bees, only to get honey to their own hive. Thomas Shepard.