withal[wit̸h ôl′, wit̸h-]
withal definition by Webster's New World
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- in addition; besides
- despite that; notwithstanding
- Archaic with that; therewith
Origin: Middle English with alle: see with and amp; all
Archaic with: used at the end of a clause or sentence
withal definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- In addition; besides: “And, withal, a wider publicity was given to thought-provoking ideas” (Holbrook Jackson).
- Despite that; nevertheless.
- Archaic Therewith.
With. Used after its object at the end of a sentence or clause.
Origin: Middle English : with, with; see with + al, all; see all.