from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Thenceforth.
- adv. From that time or place onward.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. from then on; from that time on
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. From that time onward; thenceforth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- From that time or place onward.
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Those that by repentance die unto sin thenceforward live unto
He blessed one of the kine, to wit the Dun Cow of Ciaran, as she was called thenceforward, and she went with her calf after Ciaran thence to Cluain Iraird.
The adherents of the Princes trembled as they discovered with how formidable an enemy they should be called thenceforward to contend; while the majority of the nobles who were faithful to the royal cause, and above all those whose names she had so proudly quoted, uttered loud acclamations of delight and triumph.
Diaz returned to Lisbon in December, 1487, and gave an account of his voyage to the king, who ordered the cape of Storms to be called thenceforward cabo de Buena Esperanza, or the cape of Good Hope.
And other than the print of the octopus on the dictionary page from "thenceforward" to "thermal capacity."
As Freud declares in Totem and Taboo, “What had up to then been prevented by his actual existence was thenceforward prohibited by the sons themselves.”
If a slave born in the United States be manumitted, or otherwise lawfully discharged from bondage, or if a black man be born within the United States and born free, he becomes thenceforward a citizen ...
Any person who finds a thing lost is not bound to take charge of it, unless the person is otherwise required to do so by contract or law, but when the person does take charge of it he or she is thenceforward a depositary for the owner, with the rights and obligations of a depositary for hire.
Any person who finds a thing lost is not bound to take charge of it ... but when the person does take charge of it he or she is thenceforward a depositary for theowner.
Trethaway had the indiscretion, once or twice, to speak slightingly of him, but so fiercely was he defended by his admirers that the colonel developed the good taste to thenceforward keep his tongue between his teeth.