Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In every direction.
  • In all directions.

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Examples

  • For entire England was his splendid fief, held in vassalage to God and to no man alive, his heart now sang; allwhither his empire spread, opulent in grain and metal and every revenue of the earth, and in stalwart men

    Chivalry

  • Trees grew out of mud, arched upon lean and high roots, and many muddy water-ways ran allwhither into darkness under the trees.

    Puck of Pook’s Hill

  • England was his fief, held in vassalage to God and to no man alive, his heart now sang; allwhither his empire spread, opulent in grain and metal and every revenue of the earth, and in stalwart men (his chattels), and in strong orderly cities, where the windows would be adorned with scarlet hangings, and women (with golden hair and red lax lips) would presently admire as King Edward rode slowly by at the head of a resplendent retinue.

    Chivalry

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