VS.

Herewith vs. Therewith

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Herewithadverb

with this; especially, with this letter or communication

Therewithadverb

With this, that or those.

Herewithadverb

by this means

Therewithadverb

In addition to that; besides, moreover.

Herewithadverb

in this way, hereby

Therewithadverb

Thereupon, forthwith; with that being said or done.

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Herewithadverb

With this.

Therewithadverb

With that or this.

Herewithadverb

(formal) by means of this;

‘I hereby declare you man and wife’;

Therewithadverb

In addition; besides; moreover.

‘To speak of strength and therewith hardiness.’;

Therewithadverb

At the same time; forthwith.

Therewithadverb

with that or this or it;

‘I have learned that whatever state I am, therewith to be content’;

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Therewithadverb

immediately after that;

‘thereupon the entire class applauded’; ‘with that, she left the room’; ‘I therewith withdraw my complaints’;

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