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whereof

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conjunction where·of \-ˈəv, -ˈäv\

Simple Definition of whereof

  • : of what

Full Definition of whereof

  1. 1 archaic :  with or by which

  2. 2 :  of what <knows whereof she speaks>

  3. 3 a :  of which <books whereof the best are lost> b :  of whom

13th Century

First Known Use of whereof

13th century

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whereof

adverb where·of

Definition of whereof

archaic

  1. :  of what <whereof are you made — Shakespeare>



13th Century

First Known Use of whereof

13th century


WHEREOF Defined for Kids

whereof

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conjunction where·of \hwer-ˈəv, wer-, -ˈäv\

Definition of whereof

  1. :  of what :  that of which <I know whereof I speak.>




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