herewith


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here·with

 (hîr-wĭth′, -wĭth′)
adv.
1. Along with this.
2. By this means; hereby.

herewith

(ˌhɪəˈwɪð; -ˈwɪθ)
adv
1. formal together with this: we send you herewith your statement of account.
2. a less common word for hereby1

here•with

(hɪərˈwɪθ, -ˈwɪð)

adv.
1. along with this.
2. by means of this; hereby.
[before 1050]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.herewith - (formal) by means of this; "I hereby declare you man and wife"
formality - compliance with formal rules; "courtroom formality"
Translations
مُرفق طيُّه، مُرْفَق بِهذا
v příloze
hermed
hér meî
v prílohe
ekteilişikte

herewith

[ˈhɪəˈwɪð] ADV (frm) (Comm) I enclose herewith a letterle adjunto (con la presente) una carta

herewith

[ˌhɪərˈwɪð ˌhɪərˈwɪθ] advavec ceci, ci-joint

herewith

[ˌhɪəˈwɪθ] adv (Comm) → 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 ?
MY BELOVED MAKAR ALEXIEVITCH,--So eager am I to do something that will please and divert you in return for your care, for your ceaseless efforts on my behalf--in short, for your love for me-- that I have decided to beguile a leisure hour for you by delving into my locker, and extracting thence the manuscript which I send you herewith. I began it during the happier period of my life, and have continued it at intervals since.
To prove to you that we already know all about it, I inclose herewith a list and description of all the ships you have."
We enclose the check herewith. We are arranging for the publication of the story in several prominent Canadian newspapers, and we also intend to have it printed in pamphlet form for distribution among our patrons.
The staff of the Cambridge Observatory place themselves entirely at their disposal in respect of all questions of theoretical astronomy; and herewith add their congratulations to those of all the rest of America.
"Dear Sirs,--"Herewith please receive invoice of goods sent by Great Northern Railway.
Awful though you think him, he shall feel the weight of my arm, and I herewith take a solemn vow to stamp out the whole race."
Herewith, my fair lady, I send my humble regards, entreating you that you will give the same to your daughter, the Lady Maude.
I shall have the honour of visiting you and paying you my respects at your lodgings not later than to-morrow evening at eight o'clock precisely, and herewith I venture to present my earnest and, I may add, imperative request that Rodion Romanovitch may not be present at our interview--as he offered me a gross and unprecedented affront on the occasion of my visit to him in his illness yesterday, and, moreover, since I desire from you personally an indispensable and circumstantial explanation upon a certain point, in regard to which I wish to learn your own interpretation.
And I herewith also leave her my regret that I ever made fun of old Joanna.
Herewith I send you, my dear, a string of coral beads with gold clasps; I wish they were Oriental pearls; but "he who gives thee a bone does not wish to see thee dead;" a time will come when we shall become acquainted and meet one another, but God knows the future.
But I herewith discharge my conscience, and declare that I have had quite enthusiastic movements of admiration towards old gentlemen who spoke the worst English, who were occasionally fretful in their temper, and who had never moved in a higher sphere of influence than that of parish overseer; and that the way in which I have come to the conclusion that human nature is lovable--the way I have learnt something of its deep pathos, its sublime mysteries--has been by living a great deal among people more or less commonplace and vulgar, of whom you would perhaps hear nothing very surprising if you were to inquire about them in the neighbourhoods where they dwelt.
Herewith he hands a letter, closely written in somewhat pale ink but in a neat round hand, to the ironmaster, who reads as follows: