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wherewith

1wherewith

pronoun where·with \ˈhwer-ˌwith, ˈwer-, -ˌwith\

Definition of WHEREWITH

archaic
:  that with or by which —used with an infinitive <so shall I have wherewith to answer him — Psalms 119:42 (Authorized Version)>

First Known Use of WHEREWITH

13th century

2wherewith

adverb

Definition of WHEREWITH

obsolete
:  with what <wherewith shall it be salted — Matthew 5:13 (Authorized Version)>

First Known Use of WHEREWITH

13th century

3wherewith

conjunction

Definition of WHEREWITH

:  with or by means of which <metal tools wherewith to break ground — Russell Lord>

First Known Use of WHEREWITH

14th century

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