Definition of henceforth in English:

henceforth

Line breaks: hence|forth
Pronunciation: /hɛnsˈfɔːθ
 
, ˈhɛnsfɔːθ
 
/
(also henceforward /-ˈfɔːwəd/)

adverb

From this or that time on: henceforth, parties which fail to get 5% of the vote will not be represented in parliament
More example sentences
  • It stipulated that no concessions would henceforward be given to individuals, only to recognised institutions.
  • Besides, even if a sensible plan is henceforth followed, it will only prevent future mistakes.
  • Also I am having a party with my flatmate, who henceforth shall be referred to as Blondie.
Synonyms
from now on, as of now, after this, in future, in the future, hence, henceforward, subsequently, from this day on, from this time on, from this day forth, from this day forward

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