[th air-with-awl, -with-, thair-with-awl, -with-]
- together with that; in addition to that.
- following upon that.
Origin of therewithal
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Examples from the Web for therewithal
But therewithal the queenly daughter of Saturn puts the last touch to war.The Aeneid of Virgil
Therewithal he straight commanded one of his men to bring him a horse.Historical Parallels, vol 1 (of 3)
Arthur Thomas Malkin
"You have guessed rightly," said the dwarf, and therewithal he left him.
“You have guessed rightly,” said the dwarf, and therewithal he left him.The Legends Of King Arthur And His Knights
And therewithal he unlaced his helm like as he would slay him.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II)