From some + whither
somewhither (not comparable)
- To some indeterminate place; to some place or other; to somewhere
1897, William Morris, “Chapter IV. Of the Slaying of Friend and Foe”, in The Water of the Wondrous Isles, Fantasy, Project Gutenberg, published 2005, page 157:
- ... so that the said plain looked even as a wide green highway leading ... somewhence to somewhither.
1922, Katherine (Fullerton) Gerould, Lost Valley, a Novel, Harper, Pennsylvania State University, published 2010, page 437:
- The stirring of the wind was pleasantly ominous to Reilly: it was quickening, encouraging, hostile to inertia; it came somewhence and was going somewhither.