[th air-with, -with ]
- with that.
- in addition to that.
- following upon that; thereupon.
Origin of therewith
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Examples from the Web for therewith
Therewith, spite of the wild dress, Dennet knew the eyes and the voice.The Armourer's Prentices
Charlotte M. Yonge
But therewith her own mind was made up: if he but hesitated, that would be enough!
Therewith she felt nearer to her poor than ever before, and it comforted her.
The heart knoweth its own sorrows, and a stranger intermeddleth not therewith.The Letters of Robert Burns
"I will follow your advice," he said, and I therewith returned to Florence.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
- formal with or in addition to that
- a less common word for thereupon (def. 1)
- archaic by means of or on account of that
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Word Origin and History for therewith
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