What is another word for whereto?

Pronunciation: [wˈe͡ətə͡ʊ] (IPA)

Whereto is a term that refers to the destination or direction of something or someone. It is used in sentences as an adverb or conjunction to indicate the purpose or goal of an action. There are various synonyms for the word "whereto," including "where," "to," "toward," "unto," "until," "in order to," "so as to," "with the intention of," and "for the sake of." Using synonyms is essential in writing as it enhances the text's clarity, meaning, and readability. Overall, the word "whereto" can be replaced with several synonyms that express the same meaning.

What are the hypernyms for Whereto?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Whereto

whereto her mother replied, speaking rather drowsily and perfunctorily: "Yes, but you must come and get it."
"Somehow Good"
William de Morgan
It was a different prospect whereto he directed their eyes.
"The Sins of Séverac Bablon"
Sax Rohmer
This was not in the fertile plains nor along the banks of fertilizing rivers, nor yet in the districts of the golden corn and the precious wool of Hispania, but in the rougher mountain tracts, in the quarters whereto an aboriginal inhabitant would be more likely to retire, than an invading conqueror to covet, I admit the difficulty implied in his objection; but I admit it only as a presumption-against which there is a decided preponderance of material facts.
"The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies"
Robert Gordon Latham

Famous quotes with Whereto

  • Thou too art a Conqueror and Victor; but of the true sort, namely over the Devil: thou too hast built what will outlast all marble and metal, and be a wonder-bringing City of the Mind, a Temple and Seminary and Prophetic Mount, whereto all kindreds of the Earth will pilgrim.
    Thomas Carlyle

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