Thereout meaning

1895, Thomas Hughes, Tom Brown's Schooldays, page 38.

"Keep thy money, man, and gi's thy hand," says he, and they shake hands; but the old gamester gives the new hat to the shepherd, and, soon after, the half-sovereign to Willum, who thereout decorates his sweetheart with ribbons to his heart's content.

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