Wheretoward vs Theretoward - What's the difference?

wheretoward | theretoward |


As a conjunction wheretoward

is (archaic) toward which or toward where (toward the thing or destination under discussion) often serves to further qualify the thing or destination itself.

As an adverb theretoward is

toward there (toward the destination under discussion).

As an adjective theretoward is

(postpositive) leading there (leading toward the destination under discussion).

wheretoward

English

Conjunction

(English Conjunctions)
  • (archaic) Toward which or toward where (toward the thing or destination under discussion). Often serves to further qualify the thing or destination itself.
  • you shall see in front of you the Golden Age for a goal, wheretoward you shall labor and struggle. - Katherine Tingley (ed.), 2003
    But for this statement one would have believed that the choice of style could only have been one of those audacious whims wheretoward youthfulness, prone to paradox, will sometimes be drawn. - Aymer Vallance, 1897
    Ye work Athwart your kings, forecasting overthrows Wheretoward ye toil, armed with the potent spell Of that mysterious union which ye claim... - George Savage-Armstrong, 1872

    theretoward

    English

    Adverb

    (-)
  • Toward there (toward the destination under discussion)
  • Adjective

    (-)
  • (postpositive) leading there (leading toward the destination under discussion)