- at which: a reception whereat many were present.
- to which; whereupon: a remark whereat she quickly angered.
Origin of whereat
Examples from the Web for whereat
Whereat, Lem Saulsbury took the pledge—for the eighth time that year.Superwomen|Albert Payson Terhune
Whereat his wife taking present audacity, and reproving his sayings, with a cursed minde did deny it.The Golden Asse|Lucius Apuleius
Whereat Peter vanished, and an ominous growl rose from the mob of monks.Hypatia|Charles Kingsley
"But his ministers can do as they please," Mr. Adams rejoined, whereat the whole company broke into laughter.In the Days of Poor Richard|Irving Bacheller
Whereat off they go, dropping a word or two of cold advice, or perchance of sarcastic humor.Homer's Odyssey|Denton J. Snider