- to that place, thing, etc.
- to that matter, circumstance, etc.
Also there·un·to [th air-uhn-too, th air-uhn-too] /ˌðɛər ʌnˈtu, ˌðɛərˈʌn tu/.
Origin of thereto
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Examples from the Web for thereto
"'Twas thou didst invite me thereto," murmured Sasportas, smiling.Dreamers of the Ghetto
He that would no evil do, must do nought that's like thereto.The Proverbs of Scotland
Though we dined at eleven, it still wanted two good hours thereto.Yr Ynys Unyg
Julia de Winton
See you, his good will thereto is reckoned as though he had done the thing.The King's Daughters
Emily Sarah Holt
Brother, bring a seat, and thereto what cheer ye have, withal.A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Complete
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
- formal to that or itthe form attached thereto
- obsolete in addition to that
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Word Origin and History for thereto
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