hereby


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here·by

 (hîr-bī′, hîr′bī′)
adv.
By virtue of this act, decree, bulletin, or document; by this means.

hereby

(ˌhɪəˈbaɪ)
adv
1. (used in official statements, proclamations, etc) by means of or as a result of this
2. archaic nearby

here•by

(hɪərˈbaɪ, ˈhɪərˌbaɪ)

adv.
by this declaration, action, document, etc.; by means of this: I hereby resign.
[1200–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.hereby - (formal) by means of this; "I hereby declare you man and wife"
formality - compliance with formal rules; "courtroom formality"
Translations
وبِهذا، وبِذلك
tímto
herved
por este
täten
ovimetime
ezennel
hér meî
hierdoor
niniejszym
týmto
bu nedenlebundan dolayı

hereby

[ˈhɪəˈbaɪ] ADV (frm) → por este medio; (in letter, document) → por la presente

hereby

[ˌhɪərˈbaɪ] adv (in letter)par la présente

hereby

[ˌhɪəˈbaɪ] (frm) advcon questo (documento or atto ); (in letter) → con la presente

here

(hiə) adverb
1. (at, in or to) this place. He's here; Come here; He lives not far from here; Here they come; Here is / Here's your lost book.
2. at this time; at this point in an argument. Here she stopped speaking to wipe her eyes; Here is where I disagree with you.
3. beside one. My colleague here will deal with the matter.
interjection
1. a shout of surprise, disapproval etc. Here! what do you think you're doing?
2. a shout used to show that one is present. Shout `Here!' when I call your name.
ˌhereaˈbout(s) adverb
near this place. He lives somewhere hereabouts.
hereˈafter adverb
in legal language, after this; from now on. This concerns the will of John Smith, hereafter referred to as `the deceased'.
the hereafter noun
the next world; life after death.
ˌhereˈby adverb
in legal language, now, by means of (eg this statement). I hereby declare that I will not be responsible for any of her debts.
ˌhereˈin adverb
in legal language, in this (letter etc). Please complete the form enclosed herein.
hereˈwith adverb
with this (letter etc). I am returning your passport herewith.
here and there
in, or to, various places. Books were scattered here and there.
here goes
I'm going to do something no matter what the consequences are. I've never tried diving before, but here goes!
here's to interjection
used as a toast to the health, success etc of someone or something. Here's to the success of the new company.
here, there and everywhere
in, or to, a larger number of places; in all directions. People were running around here, there and everywhere.
here you are
here is what you want etc. Here you are. This is the book you were looking for.
neither here nor there
not important; not relevant. His opinion is neither here nor there.
References in classic literature ?
Valiant and skillful hast thou proved thyself in the conflict, and I hereby thank thee, before proceeding to discharge other and more important duties, because thou hast proved thyself well worthy of a Christian's praise.
At all events, I, the present writer, as their representative, hereby take shame upon myself for their sakes, and pray that any curse incurred by them -- as I have heard, and as the dreary and unprosperous condition of the race, for many a long year back, would argue to exist -- may be now and henceforth removed.
As Queequeg and I are now fairly embarked in this business of whaling; and as this business of whaling has somehow come to be regarded among landsmen as a rather unpoetical and disreputable pursuit; therefore, I am all anxiety to convince ye, ye landsmen, of the injustice hereby done to us hunters of whales.
Thou art as a lion of the waters, and as a dragon of the sea, saith ezekiel; hereby, plainly meaning a whale; in truth, some versions of the Bible use that word itself.
It was hard to tell, with all this strange legal jargon, words he had never heard before; but was not this plain--"the party of the first part hereby covenants and agrees to rent to the said party of the second part
No force *, said Merlin, hereby is a[* Footnote from M.
I revoke, absolutely and in every particular, my former will executed on the thirtieth of September, eighteen hundred and forty-seven; and I hereby appoint Rear-Admiral Arthur Everard Bartram, of St.
Daughter of God and Man, accomplisht EVE, Those have thir course to finish, round the Earth, By morrow Eevning, and from Land to Land In order, though to Nations yet unborn, Ministring light prepar'd, they set and rise; Least total darkness should by Night regaine Her old possession, and extinguish life In Nature and all things, which these soft fires Not only enlighten, but with kindly heate Of various influence foment and warme, Temper or nourish, or in part shed down Thir stellar vertue on all kinds that grow On Earth, made hereby apter to receive Perfection from the Suns more potent Ray.
Then with that assurance and your highness's good leave," said Don Quixote, "I hereby for this once waive my privilege of gentle blood, and come down and put myself on a level with the lowly birth of the wrong-doer, making myself equal with him and enabling him to enter into combat with me; and so, I challenge and defy him, though absent, on the plea of his malfeasance in breaking faith with this poor damsel, who was a maiden and now by his misdeed is none; and say that he shall fulfill the promise he gave her to become her lawful husband, or else stake his life upon the question.
Master Little John is hereby created Sheriff of Nottingham, and you will turn over the keys to him forthwith.
Yes, but I make hereby a vow in your presence, to employ all that remains to me in pious works.
In the latter case, though not unconscious that there may be taller men among you, I hereby offer myself for that enviable duty.