- in or into that place or thing.
- in that matter, circumstance, etc.
Origin of therein
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Examples from the Web for therein
And therein, the ultra-exclusive Sofitel Quiberon Diététique a treasured resort solely reserved for those in the know.How the French Do Detox: Inside France’s Most Star-Studded Wellness Retreat
October 8, 2014
And therein lies the problem for Paul and the libertarian movement.Why Blacks Aren't Libertarians
August 11, 2014
Therein, it seems to me, lies the fundamental screw-up with the roll-out.Obamacare May Be Dangerous to Your Health
November 30, 2013
Therein the tragedy lies; a free press is supposed to defend the rights of journalists with whom they disagree.James O’Keefe in Defense of Taping Mitch McConnell, and Everyone Else
April 15, 2013
And therein lies one big difference between Taco Bell and its corporate siblings.Can This Taco Save America?
March 12, 2013
As for our harps, we hanged them up upon the trees that are therein.
We therein also found some large ponds of water, and encamped.
And as she talked, the forest and all therein felt a great compassion for her.A Little Book of Profitable Tales
Therein is the blade of the knife, the knife which falls and severs.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
Her figure was that of a girl of thirteen, undetermined—but therein I was not critical.Wilfrid Cumbermede
- formal in or into that place, thing, etc
Word Origin and History for therein
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper