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thenceforth

[ thens-fawrth, -fohrth, thens-fawrth, -fohrth ]
/ ˌðɛnsˈfɔrθ, -ˈfoʊrθ, ˈðɛnsˌfɔrθ, -ˌfoʊrθ /
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adverb
from that time or place onward.
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Also thence·for·ward [thens-fawr-werd], /ˌðɛnsˈfɔr wərd/, thenceforwards.

Origin of thenceforth

1325–75; Middle English thennes forth (compare Old English thanonforth). See thence, forth
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