(wâr′to͞o′, hwâr′-)
To what place; toward what end.
To which.
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towards what (place, end, etc)?
to which
Also (archaic): whereunto
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(ʰwɛərˈtu, wɛər-)

conj., adv.
1. to what or what place or end.
2. to which.
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[ˌwɛəˈtuː] ADV (frm or liter) → adonde
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There is much in that sound to inspire proud feelings; but whereto does all that circumnavigation conduct?
"And whereto, then, would your prisoner escape should you leave her, unless it was to follow you and crave your protection, and ask your pardon for the cruel thoughts she has harbored against you these past few days?"
Good, as goodness might be measured in their particular class, hard-working for meagre wages and scorning the sale of self for easier ways, nervously desirous for some small pinch of happiness in the desert of existence, and facing a future that was a gamble between the ugliness of unending toil and the black pit of more terrible wretchedness, the way whereto being briefer though better paid.
He tore the golden brooches that upheld Her queenly robes, upraised them high and smote Full on his eye-balls, uttering words like these: "No more shall ye behold such sights of woe, Deeds I have suffered and myself have wrought; Henceforward quenched in darkness shall ye see Those ye should ne'er have seen; now blind to those Whom, when I saw, I vainly yearned to know." Such was the burden of his moan, whereto, Not once but oft, he struck with his hand uplift His eyes, and at each stroke the ensanguined orbs Bedewed his beard, not oozing drop by drop, But one black gory downpour, thick as hail.
Then ye may not do better, good folk, than gather and hear the tale I have to tell, sith it concerneth you, forasmuch as ye go to find that ye will not find, and seek that ye will seek in vain, my life being hostage for my word, and my word and message being these, namely: That a hap has happened where- of the like has not been seen no more but once this two hundred years, which was the first and last time that that said misfortune strake the holy valley in that form by commandment of the Most High whereto by reasons just and causes thereunto contributing, wherein the matter --"
Behold this silver belt, whereto is fix'd Seven golden seals, fast sealed with seven seals, In token of our seven-fold power from heaven, To bind or loose, lock fast, condemn or judge, Resign or seal, or what so pleaseth us: Then he and thou, and all the world, shall stoop, Or be assured of our dreadful curse, To light as heavy as the pains of hell.
Such was my case, and such the pass whereto The gods reduced me; and methinks my sire, Could he come back to life, would not dissent.
In these works, time has irrevocably and visibly moved from whereto to wherefrom, with the body having traversed a point to reach another, which the viewers can follow through and along the nebulous axes of her movements.'
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When Duncan is asleep - Whereto the rather shall his day's hard journey Soundly invite him - his two chamberlains Will I with wine and wassail so convince That memory, the warder of the brain, Shall be a fume, and the receipt of reason A limbeck only: when in swinish sleep Their drenched natures lied as in a death, What cannot you and I perform upon The unguarded Duncan?
It is a universal truth that Trade and Industry are the back-bone of any Country's Economy, whereto Banks and Financial Institutions would supply the life-sustaining blood and soul in the form of financing the same.