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whereon

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conjunction where·on \hwer-ˈȯn, -ˈän, wer-, (ˌ)(h)wər-\

Definition of whereon

  1. 1 archaic :  on what <tell me whereon the likelihood depends — William Shakespeare>

  2. 2 :  on which <the base whereon it rests>

13th Century

First Known Use of whereon

13th century


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whereon

adverb where·on

Definition of whereon

archaic

  1. :  on what <whereon do you look — William Shakespeare>

15th Century

First Known Use of whereon

15th century

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