Thesaurus / wherefrom

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Wherefrom, then, did the Church of Rome originate the dogma of endless hell?
Wherefrom the Breton judged, as at Winchester, that Hereward had no lust to fight.
And so ugly ill befell from that going to the river, and that knowing of the ring, wherefrom did all their talk arise.
Wherefrom we all thought that the flitting was by the will of the Norns, and likely to turn out well.
HAVELOK THE DANECHARLES WHISTLER
I would have you take up his body upon your shoulders and bear him along this little path, wherefrom he sprang upon me.
ROBIN HOODPAUL CRESWICK
On one occasion the enemy and ourselves rushed for the top of two different kopjes, wherefrom to pepper one another.
They bore numerous inscriptions in hieroglyphics and the demotic character, wherefrom the clue was obtained as to their identity.
I dreamt this night of evil, / how wild boars hunted thee, Two wild boars o'er the meadow, / wherefrom the flowers grew red.
This metal is attacked by the acid, wherefrom the fruit acquires a green colour, much admired by ignorant connoisseurs.
Less common is the blocking of the secondary ducts, wherefrom a collection of small cysts results.

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