Definition of Hereat

1. adv. At, or by reason of, this; as, he was offended hereat.



Definition of Hereat

1. Adverb. At this time; upon this event. ¹

2. Adverb. At this; because of this. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Hereat

1. at this time [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hereat

here be dragons
here be monsters
here below
here goes nothing
here lies
here to stay
here we go
here we go again
here you are
here you go
hereabout
hereabouts
hereafter
hereafters
hereafterward
hereat (current term)
hereaway
hereaways
herebefore
hereby
heredes
herediatry spinal ataxia
hereditabilities
hereditability
hereditable
hereditably
hereditament
hereditaments
hereditarian
hereditarianism

Literary usage of Hereat

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1. The Voyages of the English Nation to America by Richard Hakluyt (1890)
"... and would vse towards all men the like loue and courtesie which I vsed: whereupon hereat they seemed to be somewhat satisfied. Chap. 7. ..."

2. The American Phonographic Dictionary: Exhibiting the Correct and Actual by Elias Longley (1882)
"... hereat-by Hereditable Hereditament t Hereditary Í Hereditarily í Herein-to Hereof-on Herschel Hibernian Hesitancy ..."

3. Ingulph's Chronicle of the Abbey of Croyland: With the Continuations by by Ingulph, Peter (1908)
"+ I, earl Leofric, have attended hereat. + I, Edwin, brother of [earl] Leofric, ... + I, Algar, son of [earl] Leofric, have assisted hereat. ..."

4. A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages by Felix Flügel (1874)
"... adu. here with, hereat, herein, hereby ; with, at, in о by this; — burd), adv. 1. through this place through here; 2. a) by this means; by so doing; ..."

5. A New English-German and German-English Dictionary: Containing All the Words by Adolphus Bernays (1834)
"an, ad. hereon, on this, hereat, at this, at it — atlf, ad. hereupon, ... bci, ad. herewith, hereat, herein, hereby ; with, at, in or by this; inclosed. ..."

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