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therefor

[ thair-fawr ]
/ ˌðɛərˈfɔr /
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adverb
for or in exchange for that or this; for it: a refund therefor.
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Origin of therefor

First recorded in 1125–75, therefor is from the Middle English word therfor.See there, for

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH therefor

therefor , therefore
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British Dictionary definitions for therefor

therefor
/ (ˌðɛəˈfɔː) /

adverb
archaic for this, that, or ithe will be richer therefor
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