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Words nearby therefrom
What does therefrom mean?
Therefrom means from the thing or place that was just mentioned, as in Our freedom is based on the Constitution and all the rights derived therefrom (translation: Our freedom is based on the Constitution and all the rights derived from it).
Therefrom is fairly formal. It’s often used in legal language, but it can also be used in everyday speech and writing.
Example: The nation’s economy is heavily reliant on its neighbor country and tourism therefrom.
Where does therefrom come from?
The first records of the word therefrom come from the 1200s.
There are many similar words based on the combination of the word there and a preposition, each of which has a different meaning, including thereabout, thereabouts, thereafter, thereat, thereby, therefor, therefore, therein, thereinafter, thereinto, thereof, thereon, thereto, theretofore, thereunder, thereupon, therewith, and therewithal.
Other words are constructed in similar ways, such as wherefrom, meaning “from which,” as in the place wherefrom it was sent (translation: the place from which it was sent or the place where it was sent from).
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How is therefrom used in real life?
Therefrom is formal and is often used in legal language.
Trying to take the word “therefrom,” let it be the seedling of a tweet and let the rest of the tweet radiate therefrom. It worked!
— 🎟:Will DiNola (@willdinola) February 12, 2021
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— The Philippine Star (@PhilippineStar) April 17, 2018
Tonight we will gather for our Passover Seder and recommit ourselves to the fight for justice for all people (“for we were once slaves in Egypt”) — based on facts, science, truth, and the wisdom we struggle to derive therefrom.
Happy Good Friday, Passover and Easter to all!
— Rep. Andy Levin (@RepAndyLevin) April 19, 2019
Try using therefrom!
Is therefrom used correctly in the following sentence?
The rainforests are worth more than the resources taken therefrom.
Example sentences from the Web for therefrom
Entrant hereby waives any and all moral rights that exist in the Video Entry and any derivative works made therefrom.
From that date until Barker left France, Pschard collaborated with him, reaping no pecuniary benefit therefrom.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building|George Laing Miller
With the one quintal that resulted therefrom, they incorporated on the said day one libra of quicksilver.
They entered at once into the mines, extracting therefrom, the rich treasures that for a thousand ages lay hidden in the earth.