being in that place or over there; being that or those over there:
That road yonder is the one to take.
being the more distant or farther:
at, in, or to that place specified or more or less distant; over there.
, etc.; akin to
at, in, or to that relatively distant place; over there
being at a distance, either within view or as if within view:
[C13: from Old English
yond; related to Old Saxon
Old High German
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Bob, off you go into the wild blue yonder flying high into the sky.
Purely hypothetical and imaginary out of blue yonder of course, this chart is, but fun nonetheless.
But finally, the bird is free, and off he flies into the clear blue yonder.
Many of yonder years hacking was done by people who knew more than the people managing the systems.
Speed kills, the saying goes, and driving from here to yonder takes forever at posted limits.
Little of the critical fighting in the wide blue yonder is shown.
So with our new target location set into the navigation system, it's off into the wild blue yonder.
Exploration of our inner space has lagged behind efforts to understand the wild blue yonder.
His redemption up in the wild and not-so-blue yonder is a palpable hoax.
Yonder sandstone cliff was once the bed of a great flowing river.
But this house and that house yonder were not so lucky.
What you see is that it fluctuated in a relatively narrow range until this decade, then took off for the wild blue yonder.
Politics is but a narrow field, and that still narrower highway yonder leads to it.
Even that depended on the eventual growth of employment way out yonder.
Keep your gun in the ready position so you can quickly mount it when a rabbit takes off for yonder.