Definitions

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  • adv. Through that.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Through that; by that means.

Etymologies

there +‎ through (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The entry opening is sized to allow the transfer object to pass therethrough so that the transfer object is thereafter retained within the socket.

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  • But I look for better things of you — and specially ye maun be minded not to act altogether on your ain judgment, for therethrough comes sair mistakes, backslidings and defections, on the left and on the right.

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • Atra they fared to Greenford, and there tarried a month, and sought tidings of many, and heard a word here and there whereby they deemed that Birdalone had passed therethrough some little time before.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • But on the third day came to Sir Hugh two stout carles well weaponed, who said that they knew well all the ways that led to Evilshaw, and the ways that went therethrough, and they offered themselves for a wage to Sir Hugh.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • But when they had eaten, then Birdalone did off her old coat, which she said was meet enough for her daily toil, and did on the fair green hunting-gown and the sandal-shoon, and girt her with the fair girdle which Habundia had fetched her, and drew up the laps of her gown therethrough till her legs were all free of the skirts.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • Pyramid grown eager to look towards one part of the Night Land, the embrasures were hid in the crowds; and such as could gain no view therethrough, thronged about the View – Tables.

    The Night Land

  • RUDOLF DER HARRAS: The servants can not pass therethrough, O Lord, The hollow way is blocked up by a marriage.

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  • Many a shrewd one did I find: he veiled his countenance and made his water muddy, that no one might see therethrough and thereunder.

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

  • Everywhere do I see lower doorways: he who is of MY type can still go therethrough, but — he must stoop!

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

  • These experiments have shown that the coefficient of friction between two conducting surfaces is very much increased by the passage therethrough of an electric current of _low electromotive force and large volume_, and this is especially noticeable between two rolling surfaces in peripheral contact with each other, or between a rolling and a stationary surface, as in the case of a driving wheel running upon a railway rail.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 623, December 10, 1887

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