thereat

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

there +‎ at

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AdverbEdit

thereat (not comparable)

  1. There; at that place.
  2. At that event.
    • 2008, Joint Declaration on Defamation of Religions, and Anti-terrorism and Anti-extremism Legislation
      The public has a right to know about the perpetration of acts of terrorism, or attempts thereat, and the media should not be penalised for providing such information.

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See alsoEdit

Here-, there-, and where- words

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