[ th air-uh-bout, th air-uh-bout ]SEE DEFINITION OF thereabout
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


As game was thereabout abundant and undisturbed everybody was happy.

But this bellowing comes only every hundred years or thereabout.

In the year 1170, or thereabout, Kanipahu was king of Hawaii.

It was opened by a man of forty or thereabout, who seemed to be an invalid.

“Probably a matter of three miles or thereabout,” I answered.

He was a man of forty or thereabout, thin, alert, and using a single eye-glass.

She was a nice, wholesome-looking girl of fifteen or thereabout.

The music ceased and a lady of forty or thereabout answered her ring.

Mr. Abbington said, Its a matter of a hundred miles or thereabout.

Often she does say I must nt be thereabout when her folks are thereabout.