- at this time; when this happened.
- by reason of this; because of this.
Origin of hereat
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Examples from the Web for hereat
Hereat she fell a-weeping, and truly it was piteous to behold.
Hereat all laughed, but the two men somewhat from one side of their mouths.
Hereat all laughed, and they bade each other farewell, and so departed with good will.
The school-mistress with whom she lived is now hereat my very table.Married Life
John Baldwin Buckstone
Hereat the parson withdrew, to wait for a softer and wiser season.Cripps, the Carrier
R. D. (Richard Doddridge) Blackmore
- archaic because of this
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