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yond

 (yŏnd)
adv. & adj. Archaic
Yonder.

[Middle English, from Old English geond; see i- in Indo-European roots.]

yond

(yɒnd)

adv., adj. Archaic.
yonder.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English geond, c. Middle Low German junt opposite, Gothic jaind only; akin to yon]
References in classic literature ?
The house in which they lived stood in a little grove of trees be- yond where the main street of Winesburg crossed Wine Creek.
One could not see the multitudes banked together be- yond the ban, but they were there, just the same.
The long shadows of the forest had slipped down hill while we talked, had gone far beyond the ruined hovel, be- yond the symbolic row of stakes.
We always thought andylion the album uld be somethin yond what we actuallded up doing," say Rhys.
Throughout the book, Forte helps us to see what he articulates in his final sentences: that we live in the presence of beauty but know its fragility and through our experience of it know we are insufficient on our own; but also that we come to see horizons be yond this world and understand that beauty is a portal, a doorway, through which we are invited to pass.
Her mother also had autoimmune thyroiditis, so perhaps there was a genetic component that went be yond any possible impact of artificial sweeteners, Dr.
Arbabsiar had gone back to Iran and was be yond the reach of US law.
Thus, deeper integration must go be yond the simple removal of protectionist measures.
His left hand took the cane, and with his snubbed Right thumb he gestured at the early sun: "What torch is yond, that vainly lends his light To grubs and eyeless skulls?