[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 thenceforward
The story goes that thenceforward Lincoln refused all further invitations until his death in 1928.Why Can't Our Politics Improve Like Our Medicine?
February 23, 2013
And thenceforward that was the only answer that could be obtained from him.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
He honored the Monk as his master, and thenceforward was known as the Wanderer.The Chinese Fairy Book
Thenceforward the child was entrusted with some message every day.The Fat and the Thin
Thenceforward the old soldiers had comparatively an easy time of it.A Waif of the Mountains
Edward S. Ellis
Urquhart fixed Crewdson with his eye and thenceforward commanded him.Love and Lucy
Maurice Henry Hewlett
- from that time or place on; thence
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Word Origin and History for thenceforward
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