herewith

adverb
here·with | \hir-ˈwit͟h, -ˈwith\

Definition of herewith 

1 : with this communication : enclosed in this

2 : hereby

Examples of herewith in a Sentence

You will find my check herewith. I enclose herewith my revisions.

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In monogrammed stockings, the coal lumps were loaded, some naughtier names being herewith decoded: Roy Moore and Matt Lauer and creepier men, who prey on young women and then prey again; lunatic leaders who play near the brink with nuclear arms. Tim Sullivan, The Courier-Journal, "'A Christmas in need of coal' | A holiday poem from Tim Sullivan," 24 Dec. 2017 Dear Sir Klansmen: By to Tender you herewith my resignation as a member of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan [officially] from this date on. Deneen L. Brown, Washington Post, "Thurgood Marshall asked an ex-Klan member to help him make Supreme Court history," 1 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of herewith

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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herewith

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English Language Learners Definition of herewith

: with this : included with this note, letter, document, etc.

herewith

adverb
here·with | \hir-ˈwit͟h, -ˈwith\

Kids Definition of herewith

: with this Included herewith is my payment.

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