At this my hitherto silent dinner partner on the other side suddenly weighed in.
And then along came Masters and Johnson to take the field to a whole new, hitherto undreamed-of level.
So did his hitherto plausible hopes of becoming the next president of France.
Her father attempted to stage an intervention into her drinking, and it was reported that she had a hitherto unknown half-sister.
Nor need we spend much time agonizing over teenage "alienation" as though this was some hitherto mysterious, unknown phenomenon.
There remained Bertha Afflint, whom he had hitherto admired with fear.
Not in the least like those with whom she had hitherto been most familiar.
Isaacson's thought was: "What must be the state of the mind which has thus suddenly triumphed over a hitherto triumphant body?"
Then her voice rose above the monotone that had contented her hitherto.
If on further acquaintance she turns out to be as good as she has hitherto seemed—well, I shall see.