whereon

[ hwair-on, -awn, wair- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whereon
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At its foot was another door, whereon she knocked four times.

It towered high over the clouds and rain; and none could say whereon it rested.

Or moats, whereon you might row with a Boate, and fish with Nettes.

So Ben Aboo merely longed for the dawn of that day whereon he should need him no more.

It is, moreover, that whereon we live,—food and nourishment.

Whereon, at a closer touch of her hand, he looked comically up.

It jumped back and bayed, whereon I jumped out the other side.

She congratulated him on his escape, whereon his face grew serious.

The upper part of any mast, or that whereon the caps or trucks are fitted.

Whereon the son of Atreus rose in anger, and threatened that which he has since done.

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