withal

Part of speech: adverb

With the rest; in addition.

Part of speech: preposition

With.

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Usage examples "withal":

  1. Yet withal a just man whose judgments seldom erred in harshness. - "The God of Love", Justin Huntly McCarthy.
  2. And withal gentle and kind and obedient- above all, obedient. - "Chippinge Borough", Stanley J. Weyman.
  3. Well, there is one good point about these gifts which Gerda has given us, and that is that we shall have withal to buy hospitality. - "A Sea Queen's Sailing", Charles Whistler.