American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. From this time forth; from now on.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- From this time forth; from now on: often with a pleonastic from.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. From this time forward; henceforward.
- adv. from this time forth; from now on
- hence + forth (Wiktionary)
“Bernie Ecclestone's highly controversial Olympic Games-style medals system has been formally approved for introduction into Formula 1 in 2010 - with the title henceforth set to be awarded to the driver who wins the most races over the course of the campaign.”
“Hours of Idleness' -- a title henceforth associated with Byron's early poems -- was printed and published by S. and J. Ridge of Newark, and was sold by the following London booksellers: Crosby and Co.”
“* The USIS is known domestically as the United States Information Agency USIA, but for clarity and consistency will be referred to henceforth as USIS.”
“One of them suggested that henceforth (Whoever it was who said it, they did not use the word henceforth) they should only be known as Jala, as they had lost their Peno.”
“But instead of this, the subsequent films shift the emphasis radically away from the Matrix (which is never anything more than a set for agents and rebels to play in henceforth) to saving Zion and restoring the status quo of balance between machine and rebel.”
“Should the boycotting of PG-13 horror begin henceforth?”
“I'll keep an eye out for your name henceforth, longtimewatcher.”
“Basically, we should all just assume that everything they say henceforth is just another lie.”
“I will abstain henceforth from what pleaseth thee not; for the sage saith, ‘Have a care that thou speak not of that whereof thou art not asked; leave that which concerneth thee not for that which concerneth thee, and by no means lavish good counsel on the wrongous, for they will repay it to thee with wrong.’”
“So I expect to be posting fairly regularly again henceforth — ideally far more regularly than over the past few months.”
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