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EtymologyEdit

there +‎ withal

AdverbEdit

therewithal (not comparable)

  1. in addition; besides; with all this/that
    • 1874, Ernest Myers (transl.), The Extant Odes of Pindar, translated into English, Olympian Ode I, page 5.
      [] the Father hath hung above him a mighty stone that he would fain ward from his head, and therewithal he is fallen from joy.

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Here-, there-, and where- words

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