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Whence

adv.1.
1.From what place; hence, from what or which source, origin, antecedent, premise, or the like; how; - used interrogatively.
Whence hath this man this wisdom?
- Matt. xiii. 54.
Whence and what art thou?
- Milton.
2.From what or which place, source, material, cause, etc.; the place, source, etc., from which; - used relatively.
O, how unlike the place from whence they fell?
- Milton.
Adv.1.whence - from what place or origin or source; "whence did he come?"; "whence comes this splendid feast?"; "sketches the lawless society whence the ballads sprang"-DeLancey Ferguson
Synonyms: wherefrom
accordingly, away, because of that, because of this, consequently, derivation, ergo, for that, for that cause, for that reason, for this cause, for this reason, for which reason, forth, fountain, hence, hereat, inception, off, on that account, on that ground, on this account, origin, out, propter hoc, provenance, provenience, root, then, thence, thereat, therefor, therefore, therefrom, thereof, thus, thusly, thuswise, well, wellspring, wherefore, wherefrom
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Browse
Whelp
whelped
Whelps
When
When and where
When as
when first seen
When It's Done
When many join in one act
When no time is limited
When the common law and statute law concur
When the foundation fails
When the law gives anything
When the law presumes the affirmative
when the time comes
Whenas
-- Whence --
Whenceever
Whenceforth
Whencesoever
Whene'er
Whenever
Whennes
Whensoever
Wher
Where
Where away
Where there is equal equity
Where two rights concur
Where'er
Whereabout
whereabouts
Whereas
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