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adverb here·by \hir-ˈbī, ˈhir-ˌ\

Simple Definition of hereby

  • : by means of this act, these words, this document, etc.

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of hereby

  1. :  by this means

Examples of hereby in a sentence

  1. I hereby declare the Olympic Games officially open.

  2. The sum will hereby be charged to your account.

  3. The parties to the lawsuit hereby agree to settle the matter out of court.



13th Century

First Known Use of hereby

13th century


HEREBY Defined for Kids

hereby

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adverb here·by \hir-ˈbī\

Definition of hereby for Students

  1. :  by means of this <You are hereby warned.>




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