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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhitherwhith‧er /ˈwɪðə $ -ər/ adverb 🔊 🔊 1 old useWHERE to which place syn where 🔊 the place whither he went2 formalDEVELOP used to ask what the future of something will be or how it will develop 🔊 Whither socialism? whence
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whitherThe barbecue had been set up by the lake, whither Matthew and Sara were conducted by the white-jacketed foreign butler.His virtuosity and clarity is a welcome oasis in the current clouded debate: whither modern architecture?Whither NATO?So with football and politics as the bread and circuses of our decadent empire - whither religion?The final chapter - on whither the wedding cake - had this reviewer in helpless stitches.
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