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whither, wither, withers
whither (HWITH uhr, WITH uhr) (adverb)
To which specified place or position: "Whither are you going today, my lovely princess?."
wither (WITH uhr, WITH uhr) (verb)
1. When plants become dry and weak from a loss of moisture: "These tomato plants will wither and die if they don't get enough water."
2. Used figuratively to indicate a loss of hope or opportunity: "Wanda's hopes of going to Ireland this summer seem to wither with the passing of each week."
withers (WITH uhrz) (noun)
The ridge between the shoulder bones of a horse: "This horse seems to be very high, standing sixteen hands and measuring eighteen hands at the withers."

Kim asked Jim, whither shall we go before our hopes wither and we forget completely that we were going to go to the races? Well, Kim, let's go now because I want to see my favorite race horse which measures seven hands at the withers.