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EtymologyEdit

where- +‎ at

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whereat

  1. at which, or toward which
    • 1793, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Christabel
      Again she saw that bosom old, / Again she felt that bosom cold, / And drew in her breath with a hissing sound: / Whereat the Knight turned wildly round, / And nothing saw, but his own sweet maid / With eyes upraised, as one that prayed.
  2. because of which; whereupon

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Here-, there-, and where- words

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