therewithal

Part of speech: adverb

Beside.

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Usage examples "therewithal":

  1. And therewithal he knelt before her, and took her hand and kissed it; and for all his fierce eyes and his warrior's mien, she deemed him kind and friendly. - "The Water of the Wondrous Isles", William Morris.
  2. Therewithal the Tyrians are gathered full in the wide feasting chamber, and take their appointed places on the broidered cushions. - "The Aeneid of Virgil", Virgil.
  3. So therewithal rose Rerir, and wasted might and main; Then Gunthiof, and then Hunthiof, they wearied them in vain; Nought was the might of Agnar; nought Helgi could avail; Sigi the tall and Solar no further brought the tale, Nor Geirmund the priest of the temple, nor Gylfi of the wood. - "The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs", William Morris.