American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. Until this time: The weather, which had hitherto been sunny and mild, suddenly turned cold.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To this place; thus far.
- To this time; until now.
- adv. Up to this or that time.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. To this place; to a prescribed limit.
- adv. Up to this time; as yet; until now.
- adv. used in negative statement to describe a situation that has existed up to this point or up to the present time
- From Middle English hiderto, corresponding to hither + to. (Wiktionary)
“Nay the title hitherto to be a Commonwealth or Nation at all, among the”
“And when I return to London, young Nevile shall be Duke of Bedford, a title hitherto reserved to the royal race.”
“It has been a term hitherto used to signify that which pleases us we know not why, and in our approbation of which we can justify ourselves only by the concurrence of numbers, without much power of en - forcing our opinion upon others by any argument but example and authority.”
“In 1977, Andronikos undertook a six-week dig at the Tumulus and found four buried chambers which he identified as hitherto undisturbed”
“In 1977, Andronikos undertook a six-week dig at the Tumulus and found four buried chambers which he identified as hitherto undisturbed Drag to Playlist”
“Lovingly narrated by Michael York, featuring music by Oscar-winning composer Vangelis, filmed in hitherto off-limits locations in the Vatican, the film is full of new and fascinating revelations about the Pope.”
“A whole generation of young men had died in hitherto undreamed-of conditions, and social values had been turned upside down.”
“Hold that thought: "In order to take advantage of Canadian tax rates" — a phrase hitherto unknown to American English outside the most fantastical futuristic science fiction.”
“In the mutual fund marketplace, buzz words include "alternative," "market-neutral" and other terms hitherto associated only with hedge funds.”
“In retaliation, the Iranians rain hitherto-undetected nuclear missiles on the major oilfields of the Middle East.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘hitherto’.
English words of Anglo-Saxon origin.
Herein we place all the therebys, amongsts and withals.
Including, but not limited to royalty.
Beformitables; previousness, past-referents, and origins.
Hard words level 1
Words that are made up of three words, be it intended for the meaning, or coincidentally (as in "attendance").
Words that have been smashed together.
My big word list.
Looking for tweets for hitherto.