wherefrom

[hwair-fruhm, -from, wair-]
conjunction, adverb
from which; whence.

Origin:
1480–90; where + from

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wherefrom (wɛəˈfrɒm)
 
adv
1.  from what or where? whence?
 
pron
2.  from which place; whence

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Example sentences
He must do this in order to gauge his effects accurately and wherefrom determine how much teaching work he has left to do.
The corollary of this enthusiasm is found in his papers and addresses on the drama, wherefrom arises winningly the human note.
Sandblasting will not be permitted unless the dust wherefrom is confined.
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