Forasmuch

Part of speech: conjunction

Seeing or considering that; used with as.

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Usage examples "forasmuch":

  1. Scudamore's food was not worth saying grace for, and yet a true blessing attended it: forasmuch as the Frenchmen diminished the width of their prisoner, but not of the window. - "Springhaven A Tale of the Great War", R. D. Blackmore.
  2. There was no trace of the old grudge in her speech, and it sounded not ill when, as she put my aunt's cushions straight, she said she could not envy her, forasmuch as she the elder was thus permitted to be of service to the younger. - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
  3. 3, states that forasmuch of late years a great number of persons have fed in their pastures sheep and cattle with no regard to breeding, so that there was great scarcity of stock, therefore for every 60 sheep kept one milk cow shall be kept, and for every 120 sheep one calf shall be bred, and for every 10 head of horned cattle shall be kept one milk cow, and for every two cows so kept one calf shall be bred. - "A Short History of English Agriculture", W. H. R. Curtler.