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therewithal

[ thair-with-awl, -with-, thair-with-awl, -with- ]
/ ˌðɛər wɪðˈɔl, -wɪθ-, ˈθɛər wɪðˌɔl, -wɪθ- /
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adverb
together with that; in addition to that.
following upon that.
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Origin of therewithal

First recorded in 1250–1300, therewithal is from Middle English ther withal. See there, withal
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