from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Nearest to this place or side.
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- adj. Nearest to this side.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Nearest on this side.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Nearest in this direction.
On the hithermost part of Orenoque, as at Toparimaca and Winicapora, those are of a nation called Nepoios, and are the followers of Carapana, lord of Emeria.
In 1583 a committee from the Muscovy merchants drew up a set of resolutions concerning a conference with M. Carlile upon his "intended discoverie and attempt into the hithermost parts of America,"
In the evening walked alone down to the lake after sunset and saw the solemn coloring of night draw on, the last gleam of sunshine fading away on the hilltops, the deep serene of the waters, and the long shadows of the mountains thrown across them till they nearly touched the hithermost shore.
Finally he laid a plank lengthwise upon the hithermost rungs, and advanced to the end of it; then another plank; then a third: and he stood in the grounds of Ventirose.
Lightness and grace are the painter's great qualities, marking the hithermost limit of unconscious elegance, after which "style" and science and the wisdom of the serpent set in.
That upreared at its hithermost ending a builded burg of man;
In those remote times there were few buildings intervening between Duchess street and the water front, and those few were not very pretentious; so that when the atmosphere was free from fog you could trace from the windows of the upper story the entire hithermost shore of the peninsula which has since become The
But who shall looke into the qualitie of this voyage, being directed to the latitude of fortie degrees or thereaboutes, of that hithermost part of
Companie of M.scouian M.rchants, to conferre with M. Carlile, vpon his intended discouerie and attempt into the hithermost parts of America.
Articles set downe by the Committies appointed in the behalfe of the Companie of M.scouian M.rchants, to conferre with M. Carlile, vpon his intended discouerie and attempt into the hithermost parts of