therefor vs therefore

therefor therefore


  • 1) For or in return for that.
  • 2) obsolete Therefore, for that or this reason or cause.
  • 3) For that.
  • 4) For that, or this; for it.
  • 5) (in formal usage, especially legal usage) for that or for it


  • 1) conjunctive For that or this purpose, referring to something previously stated.
  • 2) conjunctive Consequently, by or in consequence of that or this cause; referring to something previously stated.
  • 3) For that reason or cause; consequently or hence.
  • 4) as a consequence


  • 1) ‘Of course, anybody bothering to read the summary of that very workshop would find a list of the purposes of drilling on Mars, and requirements therefor.’
  • 2) ‘If a merchant give an agent corn, wool, oil, or any other goods to transport, the agent shall give a receipt for the amount, and compensate the merchant therefor.’
  • 3) ‘The right to property, although recognized in the Universal Declaration, was not included, primarily because of the inability of governments to agree on a formulation governing public takings and the compensation therefor.’
  • 4) ‘The basis for the insurance exception, as it has come to be known seems to be that a tortfeasor should not be able to take advantage of a plaintiff's foresight in obtaining insurance coverage and paying a premium therefor.’
  • 5) ‘The polluter-pays principle might be mirrored by providing that those who damage confidence by defeating consumers' reasonable expectations should be held responsible therefor.’


  • 1) therefore it makes sense to get switching as prices are on the rise.
  • 2) It may therefore be too much to hope for from a single negotiation.
  • 3) His narrative must therefore be regarded as still incomplete.
  • 4) They therefore encourage people to switch.
  • 5) White therefore needs to look elsewhere.
  • 6) Increasing our omega-3 intake may therefore promote better health and longevity.
  • 7) It looks increasingly likely, therefore, that devolution will be suspended.
  • 8) The actual number may therefore be much higher,' a spokesman for the service said.
  • 9) The big practical question now, therefore, is how we can learn to live in this world of sugar without being harmed by it.
  • 10) We can enrich environments and therefore enrich people.
  • 11) therefore prerogative powers may not now be used.
  • 12) It would therefore make defending infinitely harder.
  • 13) You must therefore seek to discard a club.
  • 14) Greek yogurt is higher in protein than normal yogurt and is therefore likely to be more filling.
  • 15) Was her survival as a belligerent therefore of much importance?
  • 16) They therefore need to be careful where they buy.
  • 17) Exercise testing has therefore become a routine part of the assessment of people with angina.
  • 18) We therefore now have a considerable amount of experience.
  • 19) But the bishop is a grand man and must therefore live in the grand manner.
  • 20) This makes people healthier and therefore more alert and active at work.
  • 21) therefore inaccuracies may result from human error.
  • 22) It therefore makes sense to appoint an independent trustee.
  • 23) You must therefore find companions or make them.
  • 24) They are trying to do too much and therefore not doing anything properly.
  • 25) therefore more houses need to be built.
  • 26) therefore she can now be philosophical about a defeat that hurt at the time.
  • 27) therefore capped drawdown may be the best option for many wealthier individuals.
  • 28) We must not therefore preach the health benefits of giving up smoking.
  • 29) Part of the reason is that many immigrants are young and are therefore more likely to be healthy.
  • 30) It is therefore vital to make the switch from one activity to the next as quickly as possible.
  • 31) First, women who enter into waged employment " become workers and therefore classed subjects".
  • 32) It is therefore highly likely that the fee of 506 was unlawful.
  • 33) _Hence, therefore, why_, etc., used in making an inference or in expressing cause -- as, It is dark, _hence_, or _therefore_, the sun is down; _Why_ is it dark?
  • 34) The term therefore refers to symbolic or cultural activities which do not contribute to capitalist production and accumulation and which potentially constitute a "radical negation" of productivist society.
  • 35) Wrapped up in the term therefore is the idea of a "biodiversity crisis".
  • 36) [2662] The title therefore does give proof of a certain authority of oversight or of action.
  • 37) The title therefore is not unlike that of Royal or Imperial Highness in modern monarchies.
  • 38) The term therefore implies that the third world is exploited, much as third estate French commoners were exploited. • the economically underdeveloped countries of Africa,
  • 39) It is not pleonastic to speak of radioactive iodine because I (127), the naturally occurring isotope, is not radioactive; the term therefore refers to any of the other 23 isotopes known at present, all of which are radioactive.
  • 40) All his children died infants; and the title therefore expired
  • 41) The title therefore was imaginary, and the committee would recolleft, that in thofe old charters, the word burgeffesvizs not neceffarily a term of incorporation; but that it as frequently meant the tenants of burgage - pofleffions, according to the opinion of Lord Holt.
  • 42) This therefore is an open promise to hold a referendum come what may.
  • 43) ‘There are therefore reasons for the historical work now being done in these fields.’
  • 44) ‘There is always some bad news somewhere and therefore always a reason not to invest.’
  • 45) ‘It therefore contains, trapped in its ice, almost as much water as there is in that sea.’
  • 46) ‘Each owner had a say in the design and therefore no house is quite the same as the next.’
  • 47) ‘It is therefore a surprise to read some of the comments made at last Monday's meeting.’
  • 48) ‘Her daughter Alice is still missing and an inquest on her cannot therefore be held.’
  • 49) ‘The watchdog is therefore urging borrowers to act now if they think they may have a problem.’
  • 50) ‘I tried to tell her that the words made little sense and therefore lacked any depth.’
  • 51) ‘It was therefore the first part of that country to have contacts with the outside world.’
  • 52) ‘Anyone who tries to hold them to account, therefore, is held to be a bigot or racist.’
  • 53) ‘The Scot has therefore taken a decision which he thinks will make or break his career.’
  • 54) ‘We should therefore discuss how much I am willing to pay for what you are prepared to do.’
  • 55) ‘The use of a celebrity to give a brand name to a book, or series of books, is therefore a smart move.’
  • 56) ‘The choice was therefore to leave a murderous dictator in power or to remove him by force.’
  • 57) ‘My greatest criticism of this film is that it has no context and therefore no meaning.’
  • 58) ‘It is therefore our moral duty to get rid of him before he murders more of his own people.’
  • 59) ‘It was therefore no wonder that bribery was reported to be common among the judiciary.’
  • 60) ‘Our task as Christians is therefore to show love to other people in every single action.’
  • 61) ‘In this case the judge says we should not enforce the parish law and therefore we won't.’
  • 62) ‘It therefore seems that cannabis is not a major contributor to accidents on the roads.’
  • 63) therefore X must be true

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