Definition of hereupon in English:

hereupon

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Pronunciation: /hɪərəˈpɒn
 
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adverb

archaic
  • After or as a result of this.
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    • Hooker confessed, ‘For my owne part I dare not hereupon deny the possibility of their salvation… ’.
    • I'm hereupon to be known as the only player dealt at the 2000 NBA trading deadline.
    • The Wanderers of other sects hereupon reverently saluted the Lord from afar, and went off on their way.

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