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- adv. Obsolete form of thitherward.
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- adv. Thitherward.
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And in his tyme  the kyng made his vyage toward the costes of Normandye; and he rood thiderward thorughout the citee of London toward the town of Hampton, that is to weten the xviij day of Juyn, the yere of his regne the thridde begynnyng; and at Hampton he lay stille for to abiden his retenue and his stuff that longith for werre: and in his lyenge there, the Moneday the v day of August next after were put to dethe there