- 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 thereunto
But the Prophet always revolutionizes the laws, for thereunto was he sent.Ole Bull
Sara C. Bull
Thereunto they replied, "Yea, Sir Knight, this is that town."
I had had no reason to suppose that it would, not having been thereunto invited.Julia Ward Howe
Laura E. Richards
Then said the Turk, "If thou wilt turn Turk, speak the words that thereunto belong;" and he did so.
In faith of which, we have signed these presents with our own hand, and have caused our royal seal to be thereunto affixed.
- formal to that or itthe form attached thereto
- obsolete in addition to that
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Word Origin and History for thereunto
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