Examples from the Web for wherewithal
Somebody maybe doesn't have the wherewithal to get out, the means to get out—I had that.Harsh Truths About Domestic Violence: Why Voicing Terrible Experiences Can Help Others|Lizzie Crocker|September 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I lack the wherewithal to start my own competing certifying board, to say nothing of the chutzpah.
Those who have the wherewithal to shop online with greater ease and frequency have a greater ability to avoid sales taxes.
The British middle class no longer had servants--but they also lacked the wherewithal to obtain fancy new appliances.
“Even if you had the wherewithal to embarrass a reporter, there was no mechanism to do it,” Mr. Cramer said.
The priest said this was impossible as he was not provided with the wherewithal for giving the viaticum.Human Animals|Frank Hamel
Take with you the wherewithal to make presents to the ladies and officers who will wait upon you.Napoleon's Letters to Josephine|Henry Foljambe Hall
I shall, I hope, have wherewithal to pass me on to my parish, but no more.Charles Lever, His Life in His Letters, Vol. II (of II)|Edmund Downey
Lacking the wherewithal to buy the regulation suit, I appeared in the none too strong blue shirt and overalls used on the farm.Football Days|William H. Edwards
After destruction, let us turn to construction; and perhaps we shall find the wherewithal to compensate us for an illusion lost.Bramble-bees and Others|J. Henri Fabre