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View synonyms for hereby

hereby

[ heer-bahy, heer-bahy ]

adverb

  1. by this, or the present, declaration, action, document, etc.; by means of this; as a result of this:

    I hereby resign as president of the class.

  2. Obsolete. nearby.


hereby

/ ˌhɪəˈbaɪ /

adverb

  1. (used in official statements, proclamations, etc) by means of or as a result of this
  2. archaic.
    nearby


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Word History and Origins

Origin of hereby1

1200–50; Middle English. See here, by

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Example Sentences

All interested parties are hereby invited to dance on his grave.

Unless I disagree with you, then I hereby disinvite you from all that fullest-life-living-unknown-embracing-growing stuff.

I hereby call on all Republicans involved in any voter suppression efforts to cease and desist immediately.

Entrant hereby waives any and all moral rights that exist in the Video Entry and any derivative works made therefrom.

Entrant hereby represents and warrants that Entrant has read these Official Rules and is fully familiar with its contents.

A Republic is hereby proclaimed , as being the natural estate of a nation when other authority has ceased.

The letters will be found on the left, and the diary on the right, of the double columns hereby submitted.

I hereby declare that yacht whilst sailing in the Race this day has strictly observed the sailing Rules and Regulations.

I am also aware that I may hereby cast a suspicion of the spirit of a wild projector, over the subject of this memoir.

The transcriber created the cover image, and hereby releases it to the public domain.

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