Etymology
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therewith (adv.)

c. 1200, "along with, in company with," from there + with. Old English þær wiþ meant "against, in exchange for." Similar formation in Swedish dervid, Danish derved.

updated on April 03, 2014

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Definitions of therewith from WordNet

therewith (adv.)
with that or this or it; "I have learned that whatever state I am, therewith to be content"- Phil.4:11;
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