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Wheretofore vs. Heretofore

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Wheretoforeadverb

(formal) Up to which point; until which time.

Heretoforeadverb

(formal) Prior to now, until now, up to the present time; from the beginning to this point.

‘We now make available these works which were heretofore unpublished.’;

Wheretoforeadverb

(rare) whithertofore

Heretoforeadverb

Up to this time; hitherto; before; in time past.

Heretoforeadverb

used in negative statement to describe a situation that has existed up to this point or up to the present time;

‘So far he hasn't called’; ‘the sun isn't up yet’;

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