anywhither

anywhither

(ˈɛnɪˌwɪðə)
adv
towards any place; in any direction
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They seem to be lying in the stream, stemming the tide, ready to go to sea, as steamboats when they leave the dock go off in the opposite direction first, until they are headed right, and then begins the steady revolution of the paddlewheels; and they are not quite cheerily headed anywhither yet, nor singing amid the shrouds as they bound over the billows.