[th ens-fawrth, -fohrth, th ens-fawrth, -fohrth]
- from that time or place onward.
Also thence·for·ward [th ens-fawr-werd] /ˌðɛnsˈfɔr wərd/, thence·for·wards.
Origin of thenceforth
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Examples from the Web for thenceforth
To the major it was thenceforth chamber and chapel and monument.Weighed and Wanting
Thenceforth, all these royal souvenirs had passed into oblivion.The Dream
She had taken him for granted, and thenceforth judged him by the intention and not the act.Tiverton Tales
Thenceforth, having learned, it was her first thought on feeling pain.Johnny Bear
E. T. Seton
Our peaceful convent was from thenceforth like a bee-hive into which a hornet had entered.My Double Life
Word Origin and History for thenceforth
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