Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • From that place or direction; thence.
  • In those parts; there; thereabout.

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Examples

  • I dinna mind very weel what I was doing, swaggering about the country with dirk and pistol at my belt for five or six months, or thereaway; but I had a weary waking out of a wild dream.

    Redgauntlet

  • They're farmhands, mostly, and house slaves - not much cotton thereaway, you see - and pretty much part of their masters 'families.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • They'd never believe I'd risk it, so they wouldn't look thereaway.

    Royal Flash

  • The Prince of Wales's birthday up the country was celebrated as usual thereaway by the annual horse-races on the Wyambeet course, about fourteen miles from Caddagat.

    My Brilliant Career

  • There be few wars thereaway, wherein is not a great number of them in both parties.

    The Second Book. Of Warfare

  • --- All evil comes out o 'thereaway --- it's an auld saying and a true; and we'll e'en away there, as if the devil was blawing us south.' '

    The Black Dwarf

  • And he says -- still with his hand up shadin 'his eyes -- ` I don't know, Chips,' says he, ` but I'm most certain, 'says he, ` that one of them boats is thereaway,' pointin 'with his finger away down to leeward.

    The Pirate Island A Story of the South Pacific

  • As for me, I kept my eyes intently fixed upon the grey cloud of vapour that went drifting away to leeward past our weather quarter; and presently, when we had been hove-to about ten minutes, I caught sight of a thickening in the fog thereaway that, even as I looked, began to grow darker and assume a definite shape.

    The Log of a Privateersman

  • Thereupon, his elbow on the cloth, his nose over his Mocha, our hero would discourse in a feeling tone of all the dangers awaiting him thereaway.

    Tartarin of Tarascon

  • The Dale went due west a good way, and then winded about to the southwest, and so was hidden from them thereaway by the bents that lay on their left hand.

    The Roots of the Mountains; Wherein Is Told Somewhat of the Lives of the Men of Burgdale

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