wherein

[hwair-in, wair-]
conjunction
1.
in what or in which.
adverb
2.
in what way or respect?

Origin:
1200–50; Middle English wherin. See where, in

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wherein (wɛərˈɪn)
 
adv
1.  in what place or respect?
 
pron
2.  in which place, thing, etc

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Example sentences
We need a good old fashioned generation gap, wherein the teens do their own
  thing and create their own music idols.
There have been areas in the crust wherein fission have occurred resulting in
  strong evidence of this process but it is rare.
One that will not plead that cause wherein his tongue must be confuted by his
  conscience.
Furthermore of the same metals they make great chains, with fetters, and gyves
  wherein they tie their bondmen.
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