therefrom

[thair-fruhm, -from]
adverb
from that place, thing, etc.

Origin:
1200–50; Middle English; see there, from

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therefrom (ˌðɛəˈfrɒm)
 
adv
archaic from that or there: the roads that lead therefrom

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Example sentences
Advocates of this perspective instantiate their claims to the health benefits accrued therefrom.
The fortunes of the western world arise from independent thought and retained profits therefrom despite gods' braying.
Custom does it for me, gives me no power therefrom, and runs me in debt to boot.
State to cease and desist therefrom and to disperse and retire peaceably forthwith.
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