hereupon


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here·up·on

 (hîr′ə-pŏn′, -pôn′)
adv.
1. Immediately after this.
2. At or on this.

hereupon

(ˌhɪərəˈpɒn)
adv
1. following immediately after this; at this stage
2. (Law) formal upon this thing, point, subject, etc

here•up•on

(ˌhɪər əˈpɒn, -ˈpɔn)

adv.
1. upon or on this.
2. immediately following this.
[1125–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.hereupon - immediately after this; "hereupon, the passengers stumbled aboard"
Translations

hereupon

[ˈhɪərəˈpɒn] ADV (frm) → en ese momento, en esto

hereupon

[ˌhɪərəˈpɒn] adv (frm) → su ciò, su questo
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I made haste, hereupon, to nod my head twice - once in the negative, meaning thereby that I would prefer not taking the other bottle at present - and once in the affirmative, intending thus to imply that I was sober and had positively come to my senses.
Hereupon some little squibbing and bickering occurred among various members of the crowd, and especially between "Old Charley" and Mr.
Hereupon, the few friends his riotous mode of living had left him, deserted him at once to a man, and were even more clamorous than his ancient and avowed enemies for his instantaneous arrest.
But hereupon a fierce contest rose among them, concerning feet and inches; they cracked each other's sconces with their yard-sticks -- the great skull echoed --and seizing that lucky chance, I quickly concluded my own admeasurements.
That, hereupon he had ascertained, through the registers on the table, that his son-in-law was among the living prisoners, and had pleaded hard to the Tribunal--of whom some members were asleep and some awake, some dirty with murder and some clean, some sober and some not--for his life and liberty.
The whole company hereupon show the greatest interest; while the priest holding Moa Artua to his ear interprets to them what he pretends the god is confidentially communicating to him.
Kolory hereupon snatches it up to his ear again, and after listening attentively, once more officiates as the organ of communication.
Hereupon he drew from beneath his robes a great broadsword full as stout as was Robin's.
Hereupon he leaped down the bank to where the other stood.
Hereupon, Pearl broke away from her mother, and, running to the brook, stooped over it, and bathed her forehead, until the unwelcome kiss was quite washed off and diffused through a long lapse of the gliding water.
Hereupon, a choleric gentleman, who had taken the fourth place on that seat, flew into a most violent passion, and said that it was a breach of contract to mix him up with such villainous company, and that it was poisonous and pernicious and infamous and shameful, and I don't know what else.
Hereupon I appointed her long lessons, and left her to solve alone any perplexities they might present.