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whereat

[ wair-at, hwair- ]
/ wɛərˈæt, ʰwɛər- /
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conjunction
Literary.
  1. at which: a reception whereat many were present.
  2. to which; whereupon: a remark whereat she quickly angered.
adverb
Archaic. in reference to which.
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Origin of whereat

Middle English word dating back to 1200–50; see origin at where, at1
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How to use whereat in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for whereat

whereat
/ (wɛərˈæt) archaic /

adverb
at or to which place
sentence connector
upon which occasion
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