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hereinafter

[ heer-in-af-ter, -ahf- ]
/ ˌhɪər ɪnˈæf tər, -ˈɑf- /
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adverb
afterward in this document, statement, etc.
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Also here·in·be·low [heer-in-bi-loh]. /ˌhɪər ɪn bɪˈloʊ/.

Origin of hereinafter

First recorded in 1580–90; herein + after
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How to use hereinafter in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for hereinafter

hereinafter
/ (ˌhɪərɪnˈɑːftə) /

adverb
formal in a subsequent part or from this point on in this document, statement, etc
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