wherefore[ hwair-fawr, -fohr, wair- ]SEE DEFINITION OF wherefore
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Wherefore we must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience' sake.
If thou art not, wherefore are the outcasts of the world so dear to thee?
Wherefore this caution against me, but (pardon me) for thine own undoing?
Wherefore ye must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience' sake.
Wherefore I returned them my humble thanks and offered my humble service.
Wherefore a man ought not to play the wanton, but should learn in season.
He had a method of accepting things, without questioning the why and wherefore.
Wherefore, what have I personally gained by quitting and what have I personally lost?
Wherefore he set in order the visible world, which he found in disorder.
Wherefore it was covered by a peel or skin which met and grew by the help of the cerebral humour.