[th air-uhv, -ov]
- of that or it.
- from or out of that origin or cause.
Origin of thereof
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Examples from the Web for thereof
[Laughs] Brienne resorted to the same technique—or lack thereof—with Jaime on the bridge.Game of Thrones’ Gwendoline Christie on Brienne of Tarth’s Epic S4 Finale Showdown with The Hound
June 16, 2014
But fortunately for the audience, his vocal prowess—or lack thereof—wasn't enough to advance him to the final round.Eurovision's 7 Weirdest Performances
May 13, 2011
Now, the race for the truth—or interpretation thereof—is on.Amanda Knox's Parents Slander Trial
Barbie Latza Nadeau
February 16, 2011
Let him set sail: this is the sum: thereof be thou our messenger.'The Aeneid of Virgil
The bread of the needy is their life; he that defraudeth them thereof is a man of blood.Las Casas
Alice J. Knight
However, not to leave you disconsolate, I will tell you some thereof.The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio
You may safely make the peasants a present thereof, as it will be mostly filled by them.The Day of Wrath
If his friends should ever hear of her, they could not inform him thereof, as no one knew where he was.Alonzo and Melissa
Daniel Jackson, Jr.
- of or concerning that or it
- from or because of that
Word Origin and History for thereof
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper