Thereby [adverb]

Definition of Thereby:

by that

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Sentence/Example of Thereby:

Winkleman said only what he had agreed to say; and thereby earned his finger.

Let Old Eaton have his way, if thereby they might beguile him into paving theirs.

But I preferred to let you have it, hoping, as I do, thereby to retain you as my friend down in your parts.

He was now able to sell his wares and thereby maintain his family in comfort.

Thereby not worrying about any slip-ups with the local authorities.

He did so, and thereby witnessed the assaults of the wasps at the glue-pot.

They did not forget their shooting, for thereby they got fresh meat.

This fretted him, damped his hopes, and thereby increased his longing.

It should never be allowed to boil, as all the fine aroma is thereby lost.

Thereby she had been forced to confess a certain degree of weakness.