Yonder (adverb)

  1. At or in that indicated place or direction.
  2. Used to refer to a place or direction that is a long way off or not clearly visible.

Origin:

Old english geondan "on the other side", from geond "beyond".

Examples:

  1. She pointed to a small cottage in the distance and said, 'That's my home yonder.'.
  2. The children ran towards the trees yonder, eager to explore the unknown.
  3. The knight rode his horse towards the castle yonder, ready to defend his kingdom.
  4. He gazed at the stars yonder, lost in thought.
  5. She could see the beautiful sunset yonder, painting the sky with vibrant hues.
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