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Nov 18, 2010
This week's theme
Adverbs

This week's words
in situ
wherefore
ex gratia
therewithal
in toto

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with Anu Garg

therewithal

PRONUNCIATION:
(thair-with-ALL)

MEANING:
adverb: Together with; besides.

ETYMOLOGY:
From there + withal, from the joining of the phrase "with al" (with all). First recorded use: c. 1330.

USAGE:
"A festive Bazaar invites one and all to sample its selection of well-chosen words, therewithal, with imagination and inspiration to create stories and greeting cards."
This Week's Arts Round-up; The Cornishman (Cornwall, UK); Dec 10, 2009.

See more usage examples of therewithal in Vocabulary.com's dictionary.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy. -Rabindranath Tagore, philosopher, author, songwriter, painter, educator, composer, Nobel laureate (1861-1941)

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