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thereinafter

Line breaks: there¦in|after
Pronunciation: /ðɛːrɪnˈɑːftə
 
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Definition of thereinafter in English:

adverb

archaic or formal
In a later part of that document.
Example sentences
  • Clause 1 provided that the holding was let subject to the exceptions and reservations thereinafter mentioned.
  • In accordance with the terms of this limited warranty, the company, at its expense (subject to exceptions stipulated thereinafter) shall repair or replace the product which is proven defective.

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