therewith

[thair-with, -with]
adverb
1.
with that.
2.
in addition to that.
3.
following upon that; thereupon.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English ther(e)with, Old English thǣrwith. See there, with

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therewith or therewithal (ˌðɛəˈwɪθ, -ˈwɪð)
 
adv
1.  formal with or in addition to that
2.  a less common word for thereupon
3.  archaic by means of or on account of that
 
therewithal or therewithal
 
adv

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therewith
O.E. þær wiþ; see there + with.
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Example sentences
In connection therewith, our non-employee directors are eligible to receive
  both cash and equity compensation.
Therewith the king and all espied where came riding down the river a lady on a
  white palfrey toward them.
And therewith they all departed and went to the abbey.
Also he drank there the strongest wine that ever he drank, and therewith he was
  a little chafed more than he ought to be.
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