therewith


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there·with

 (thâr-wĭth′, -wĭth′)
adv.
1. With that, this, or it.
2. Archaic Immediately thereafter.
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therewith

(ˌðɛəˈwɪθ; -ˈwɪð) or

therewithal

adv
1. (Law) formal with or in addition to that
2. a less common word for thereupon1
3. archaic by means of or on account of that
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there•with

(ˌðɛərˈwɪθ, -ˈwɪð)

adv.
1. with that.
2. in addition to that.
3. following upon that; thereupon.
[before 900]
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Adv.1.therewith - with that or this or it; "I have learned that whatever state I am, therewith to be content"- Phil.4:11
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Translations

therewith

[ðɛəˈwɪθ] ADV (frm) → con eso, con lo mismo
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therewith

adv (form)
(= with that)damit
(= thereupon)darauf
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References in classic literature ?
"Uniform" one calleth what they wear; may it not be uniform what they therewith hide!
And therewith we hunted out our old dream books to read them again, and, forgetful of coming partings, laughed over them till the old orchard echoed to our mirth.
And therewith he took his harness and went out at a window by a sheet down to the four knights, and then Sir Launcelot said on high, Turn you knights unto me, and leave your fighting with that knight.
But presently a fresh series of impressions grew up in my mind--a certain curiosity and therewith a certain dread--until at last they took complete possession of me.
If I made you that present it was that you might adorn yourself therewith. I tell you that you were wrong."
"Flour cakes of the best, twelve in number, two feet across and soaked in rum, shall be yours on the instant, and two hundred pounds weight of fresh-cut young sugar-cane therewith. Deign only to put down safely that insignificant brat who is my heart and my life to me!"
He raises physical nature to the level of human thought, giving it thereby a mystic power and expression; he subdues man to the level of nature, but gives him therewith a certain breadth and vastness and solemnity.
If people hurried to the windows, Mr Codlin pitched the temple, and hastily unfurling the drapery and concealing Short therewith, flourished hysterically on the pipes and performed an air.
Tom read, in his only literary cabinet, of one who had "learned in whatsoever state he was, therewith to be content." It seemed to him good and reasonable doctrine, and accorded well with the settled and thoughtful habit which he had acquired from the reading of that same book.
He apprised the audience on the universal knowledge of music, its history, down and fall and reasons associated therewith in sub-continent with a special focus on world famous Patiala musical family.
Heska announced the realignment of its executive officers and the promotion in connection therewith of Nancy Wisnewski from Executive VP, Diagnostic Operations and Product Development to Executive VP, COO.