Definition of "thereas" [thereas]

  • Where; in the place where. (conjunction)
  • Whereas. (conjunction)

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Use "thereas" in a sentence
  • "And when he was in his bain the queen and Isoud, her daughter, roamed up and down in the chamber; and therewhiles Gouvernail and Hebes attended upon Tramtrist, and the queen beheld his sword thereas it lay upon his bed."
  • "And who that could recount all the miracles done by him, howbeit that to none ne is possible but alone to him which can number or tell the multitude of stars, and imposeth to each one their names, but because that, to one right great inconvenience and dishonour were, if by sloth he refrained himself from uttering, and kept still such things that are and appertain to the praising and laud of our Lord, and namely thereas plenty and abundance of his praising is or should be, that the said miracles are infinite or without end, nevertheless we shall rehearse some of them."
  • "From the general mirth that evening and the few words my Huntress could be prevailed upon to blushingly translate, I concluded that the tales told related generally to my prowess as a hunter and specifically to a detailed and humorous account of my failings thereas."