Thence Definition

thĕns, thĕns
adverb
From that place; therefrom.
Webster's New World
From that circumstance or source; therefrom.
American Heritage
From that time; thenceforth.
Webster's New World
On that account; therefore.
Webster's New World
(literary) Deriving from this or as a result of this.
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Origin of Thence

  • Middle English thennes thenne from there (from Old English thanon to- in Indo-European roots) -es genitive sing. suff. –s3

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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