thereat

[thair-at]
adverb
1.
at that place or time; there: Seeing the gate, they entered thereat.
2.
because of that; thereupon.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English ther at, Old English thǣr æt. See there, at1

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thereat (ˌðɛərˈæt)
 
adv
1.  at that point or time
2.  for that reason

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Example sentences
Thereat her faultless teeth gleam between her lips and, in biting the crust,
  cause a slight crunching sound.
The warrant for all town meetings shall state the time and place of holding the
  meeting and the subjects to be acted upon thereat.
If a majority of the votes cast thereat favor the sale of such real property
  the board may make the sale.
No candidate for election as a director at a meeting shall serve as an
  inspector thereat.
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