thenceforward

[ th ens-fawrth, -fohrth, th ens-fawrth, -fohrth ]SEE DEFINITION OF thenceforward
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THENCEFORWARD

And thenceforward that was the only answer that could be obtained from him.

He honored the Monk as his master, and thenceforward was known as the Wanderer.

Thenceforward the child was entrusted with some message every day.

Thenceforward the old soldiers had comparatively an easy time of it.

Urquhart fixed Crewdson with his eye and thenceforward commanded him.

Thenceforward no great changes in the realm of painting need be expected.

Thenceforward, with few exceptions, the registers are complete.

Once presented to a family, and the house is thenceforward open to you.

And thenceforward the Era increased in influence as well as circulation.

Thenceforward, if not fully a man, he is at least a mad-cap or deli-kan.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from thence + forward.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR THENCEFORWARD

thereafter

adverbfrom that time forward
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