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Thereof

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Therein

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Thereof is correct spelling Thereof vs Therein Therein is correct spelling

Definition

Thereof [ ΛŒΓ°Ι›Ι™rˈʌv, -ΛˆΙ’v ]

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adverb
  • of that or it.
  • from or out of that origin or cause.
  • of or concerning that or it
  • from or because of that

Therein [ ΛŒΓ°Ι›Ι™rˈΙͺn ]

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adverb
  • in or into that place or thing.
  • in that matter, circumstance, etc.
  • formal
  • in or into that place, thing, etc
Word used in Sentences
  • 1. Sufficient for the day is the evil thereof.Β 
  • 2. Is the property or any part thereof used for commercial activity?
  • 3. Money, or the lack thereof , played a major role in their marital problems.
  • 4. And any connections and combinations imaginable thereof.
  • 5. The company's success, or its lack thereof , depends on the quality of its product.
  • 6. And in the fourth year all the fruit thereof shall be holy, for giving praise unto the Lord.
  • 7. Ideally, eligibility for membership and the verification thereof should have been established prior to the process of resettlement commencing.
  • 8. The scavenging of energy and the processing thereof is a complicated business.
  • 9. The nub thereof is, of course, that you must first get to know your heron.
  • 10. Furthermore, some animals have feet and are destitute thereof.
  • 1 See Thompson, 1983, and the references cited therein.
  • 2 Therein lies the crux of the matter.
  • 3 There's the rub / Therein lies the rub.
  • 4 He works extremely hard and therein lies the key to his success.
  • 5 The treaty was imposed by force, and therein lay the cause of its ineffectiveness.
  • 6 Therein lay the seed of ultimate triumph.
  • 7 And therein lies the fatal flaw.
  • 8 And therein lies a Daley legend.
  • 9 Therein lies a miracle of distribution.
  • 10 Therein lies the advantage of the default action.

Word Origin

Thereof
before 1000; Middle English therof,Old English thΗ£rof.See there, of1
Therein
before 1000; Middle English therin,Old English thΗ£rin.See there, in

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