VS.

Wherefore vs. Whereafter

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Whereforeadverb

Why, for what reason, because of what.

Whereafteradverb

(formal) After which time or event.

‘It is a matter for it to determine whether to make such application, whereafter the Trial Chamber will determine whether the material is so admissible - [http://www.un.org/icty/milosevic/trialc/decision-e/050517.htm]’;

Whereforeadverb

Therefore.

Whereforeconjunction

(archaic) Because of which.

Whereforenoun

An intent or purpose; a why.

Whereforeadverb

For which reason; so; - used relatively.

‘Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.’;

Whereforeadverb

For what reason; why; - used interrogatively.

‘But wherefore that I tell my tale.’; ‘Wherefore didst thou doubt?’;

Whereforenoun

the reason why.

Whereforenoun

the cause or intention underlying an action or situation, especially in the phrase `the whys and wherefores'

Whereforeadverb

for which reason;

‘wherefore do I receive this honor?’;

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