whereto

[hwair-too, wair-]
conjunction, adverb
1.
Archaic. to what or what place or end.
2.
to which.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English wherto. See where, to

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whereto (wɛəˈtuː)
 
adv
1.  towards what (place, end, etc)?
 
pron
2.  to which

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He rushed in, and with both his hands clutched the rock, whereto he clung till the great wave went by.
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