thereaway

thereaway

(ˈðɛərəˌweɪ)
adv
in that direction; thereabouts
References in classic literature ?
A noble stream is running thereaway, and I thought I got a glimpse of it a while since; but other thoughts came, and I lost it.
It falls by no rule at all; sometimes it leaps, sometimes it tumbles; there it skips; here it shoots; in one place 'tis white as snow, and in another 'tis green as grass; hereabouts, it pitches into deep hollows, that rumble and crush the 'arth; and thereaways, it ripples and sings like a brook, fashioning whirlpools and gullies in the old stone, as if 'twas no harder than trodden clay.