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whereby Line breaks: where¦by
Pronunciation: /wɛːˈbʌɪ/

Definition of whereby in English:

relative adverb

By which: a system whereby people could vote by telephone
More example sentences
  • This follows another story last week whereby prisoners were trying to get permission to vote in elections.
  • Now I'm happy to see a development occur whereby it means something more spiritual.
  • There probably hasn't been a time in history whereby there's so much uncertainty.

Words that rhyme with whereby

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