hither and

hither and

thither/yon
In or to many places; here and there: looked hither and thither for the ring; ran hither and yon.
See also: and, hither
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Docu helmet Fasulo, in his first fiction pic, captures the tedium of life in a trucker's cab, the powerlessness felt by drivers sent hither and yon by dispatchers, and the toll life on the road takes on those back home.
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They are now spreading these facilities hither and thither all over the place - until one day some bright spark comes up with the idea of building one place to house all the departments - a new hospital.
Dr Iqbal Makol, while addressing the gathering said that if the patients are aware of the disease they do not spit hither and thither and thus help prevent spread of TB among healthy ones.
They are blown hither and yon by political winds and end up professing different principles from one day to the next.
From what I read, your organization has all these fellows flying hither and yon.
I'VE looked long and hard, high and low, hither and thither, even far and wide, and for the life of me I can't see any chance whatsoever of Chelsea, Juventus and AC Milan failing to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League.
I just want to be able to be driven hither and thither by other people and buy what I like - Anne Robinson, of The Weakest Link fame.
True, we live in the mobile phone generation and folk are being 'connected' hither and thither at an alarming rate.
For if missiles should be placed upon cars, and those cars upon tracks, to move hither and thither in response to the universal urge to avoid nuclear annihilation, why then, 0 asinine compatriots, should not hospitals be so emplaced?"
The fact that social constructivists can object to "rationality" while using the Internet and flitting to conferences hither and yon boggles the mind.
They discovered, of course, people very like themselves, who want to make a good life for their families, work in ordinary jobs and who have children pulling them hither and thither for football matches and school projects.
Core groups of friends from college days are still intact, even though the gang has splintered hither and yon.
Still, in the world around him there were numerous visual distractions of uncertain mean as a disparate chorus of men and women which passed hither and yon in casual illogical patterns.
Stringing miles of colored lights from top to bottom and hither and yon--what a chore that would be!