henceforward

adverb
hence·for·ward | \ hen(t)s-ˈfȯr-wərd \

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henceforth, hereafter

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Examples of henceforward in a Sentence

you have sworn to tell the truth in this court, and henceforward you are bound by your oath

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The party has been cited as the reason why balls were henceforward held in other venues, says Anthony. Alicia Ault, Smithsonian, "When Was the First Inaugural Ball?," 19 Jan. 2017 The party has been cited as the reason why balls were henceforward held in other venues, says Anthony. Alicia Ault, Smithsonian, "When Was the First Inaugural Ball?," 19 Jan. 2017

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First Known Use of henceforward

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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