adverb yon·der \ˈyän-dər\

: at or in that place : over there

Full Definition of YONDER

:  at or in that indicated more or less distant place usually within sight

Examples of YONDER

  1. We could see people gathering down yonder by the riverbank.
  2. <look yonder and you'll see the skyline of the city>

Origin of YONDER

Middle English, from yond + -er (as in hither)
First Known Use: 14th century

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Definition of YONDER

:  farther removed :  more distant
:  being at a distance within view or at a place or in a direction known or indicated

First Known Use of YONDER

14th century



Definition of YONDER

:  something that is or is in an indicated more or less distant place

First Known Use of YONDER

14th century


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