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hereat

[ heer-at ]
/ hɪərˈæt /
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adverb
at this time; when this happened.
by reason of this; because of this.
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Origin of hereat

First recorded in 1350–1400, hereat is from Middle English here at. See here, at1
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British Dictionary definitions for hereat

hereat
/ (ˌhɪərˈæt) /

adverb
archaic because of this
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