whither

Why vs Whither - What's the difference?

why | whither |


As adverbs the difference between why and whither

is that why is for what cause, reason, or purpose while whither is (literary|or|archaic) to which place.

As a noun why

is reason or why can be (uk|dialect) a young heifer.

As an interjection why

is an exclamation used to express indignation, mild surprise, or impatience "well, i'll tell you".

As a verb whither is

(intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther.

Shrivel vs Whither - What's the difference?

shrivel | whither |


As verbs the difference between shrivel and whither

is that shrivel is to collapse inward; to crumble while whither is (intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther.

As an adverb whither is

(literary|or|archaic) to which place.

Whither vs Either - What's the difference?

whither | either |


As adverbs the difference between whither and either

is that whither is (literary|or|archaic) to which place while either is as well.

As a verb whither

is (intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther.

As a determiner either is

each of two.

As a pronoun either is

(obsolete) both, each of two or more.

As a conjunction either is

introduces the first of two options, the second of which is introduced by "or".

If vs Whither - What's the difference?

if | whither |


As an initialism if

is interactive fiction.

As an adverb whither is

(literary|or|archaic) to which place.

As a verb whither is

(intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther.

Moister vs Whither - What's the difference?

moister | whither |


As an adjective moister

is (moist).

As an adverb whither is

(literary|or|archaic) to which place.

As a verb whither is

(intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther.

Whither vs Wilt - What's the difference?

whither | wilt |


As verbs the difference between whither and wilt

is that whither is (intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther while wilt is to droop or become limp and flaccid (as a dying leaf or flower) or wilt can be .

As an adverb whither

is (literary|or|archaic) to which place.

As a noun wilt is

the act of wilting or the state of being wilted.

Whither vs Whiter - What's the difference?

whither | whiter |


As an adverb whither

is (literary|or|archaic) to which place.

As a verb whither

is (intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther.

As an adjective whiter is

(white).

Whither vs Exacerbate - What's the difference?

whither | exacerbate |


As verbs the difference between whither and exacerbate

is that whither is (intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther while exacerbate is to make worse (pain, anger, etc); aggravate.

As an adverb whither

is (literary|or|archaic) to which place.

Taxonomy vs Whither - What's the difference?

taxonomy | whither |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adverb whither is

(literary|or|archaic) to which place.

As a verb whither is

(intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther.

Whither vs Writhing - What's the difference?

whither | writhing |


As verbs the difference between whither and writhing

is that whither is (intransitive|obsolete|dialectal) to wuther while writhing is .

As an adverb whither

is (literary|or|archaic) to which place.

As a noun writhing is

a twisting struggle.

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