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hereto

[ heer-too ]

adverb

  1. to this matter, document, subject, etc.; regarding this point:

    attached hereto; agreeable hereto.



hereto

/ ˌhɪəˈtuː /

adverb

  1. formal.
    to this place, thing, matter, document, etc
  2. an obsolete word for hitherto


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Word History and Origins

Origin of hereto1

First recorded in 1125–75, hereto is from the Middle English word herto. See here, to

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Example Sentences

The régime under which this plebiscite will be taken and given effect to is laid down in the annex hereto.

When any o' th' parties hereto can rig up a sale o' these two Celestials, it's his duty to let his shipmates in on th' same.

The place and agenda for this meeting shall be as specified in the Annex hereto.

He submitted a report, under date of November 24, 1891, which is appended hereto.

One wooden brace and two iron braces are to be put in, as shown upon the plan hereto annexed.

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hereticalHere today, gone tomorrow