whereupon[hwer′ ə pän′, wer′-; hwer′ə pän′, wer′-]
whereupon definition by Webster's New World
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- Archaic upon which: the ground whereupon he had fallen
- at which; upon which; as a consequence of which: she told a tale, whereupon he laughed heartily
whereupon definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- On which.
- In close consequence of which: The instructor entered the room, whereupon we got to our feet.