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Definition of "henceforth" []

  • From this time forth; from now on. (adverb)
  • From this time forward; from now on (adverb)

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Use "henceforth" in a sentence
  • "Bernie Ecclestone's highly controversial Olympic Games-style medals system has been formally approved for introduction into Formula 1 in 2010 - with the title henceforth set to be awarded to the driver who wins the most races over the course of the campaign."
  • "'Hours of Idleness' -- a title henceforth associated with Byron's early poems -- was printed and published by S. and J. Ridge of Newark, and was sold by the following London booksellers: Crosby and Co."
  • "* The USIS is known domestically as the United States Information Agency USIA, but for clarity and consistency will be referred to henceforth as USIS."