Wherewith [adverb]

Definition of Wherewith:

in what way or manner

Opposite/Antonyms of Wherewith:


Sentence/Example of Wherewith:

Wherewith he wished them both joy, and gave Barnaby his hand.

But wherewith can they be replaced when one is at the age of Maksim Maksimych?

Wherewith he goes off, taking the picture with him in his carriage.

No; to the babe is given the desire because the mother has wherewith to satisfy.

It is a great Thing that we praise, but that wherewith we praise is weak as yet.

When there was no deer to be had wherewith to finish his repast, he said nothing.

He is the salt of the earth, and if the salt lose its savor, wherewith shall it be salted?

There, too, are the fifteen cents wherewith to pay for my frugal luncheon.

I will then send you home, and give you wherewith to bear your charges.'

Wherewith the chairman gave way to the younger of the two girls.