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therefrom

[th air-fruhm, -from]
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adverb
  1. from that place, thing, etc.
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Origin of therefrom

Middle English word dating back to 1200–50; see origin at there, from
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Related Words

soaccordinglythusthenhenceconsequentlythenceergoforsincethereuponwhereforewhencetherefrom

Examples from the Web for therefrom

Historical Examples

  • Proceeding thus from the apex, we come to stars at a distance of 90° therefrom.

    The Story of the Heavens

    Robert Stawell Ball

  • Therefrom he extracted a necklace of diamonds set in platinum.

  • Therefrom she took twelve armbands / and drew them o'er his hand.

  • Therefrom for all the strangers / was mickle sorrow yet in store.

  • If no one dared to drive them therefrom, they should at least be constrained to leave it by hunger.


British Dictionary definitions for therefrom

therefrom

adverb
  1. archaic from that or therethe roads that lead therefrom
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Word Origin and History for therefrom

adv.

mid-13c., there from. One word from 17c.; see there + from.

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