therefor

[thair-fawr]
adverb
for or in exchange for that or this; for it: a refund therefor.

Origin:
1125–75; Middle English therfor. See there, for

therefor, therefore (see synonym study at therefore).
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therefor (ˌðɛəˈfɔː)
 
adv
archaic for this, that, or it: he will be richer therefor

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Example sentences
Glyph series in caves may therefor have been primitive writing.
It uses half the parts and is therefor twice as minimal.
One can even structure it so that there is a second-best choice and give partial credit therefor.
The problem with global warming is it seems distant, complicated, and therefor easy to deny.
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