Meaning of thereanent in English:


Pronunciation /ðɛːrəˈnɛnt/


  • Concerning that matter.

    ‘optimistic views thereanent’
    • ‘Panfilio, her son, reproves her thereanent, whereupon she promises to mend her ways if he will lay aside certain uncouth habits.’
    • ‘If the reader desire to learn more thereanent, let him consult for himself the various authorities and the Acts of the Blessed Martyrs already cited.’
    • ‘Professor Coues has permitted me to examine these papers, and I am thus enabled to confirm the truth of what Mr. Hodgson has published thereanent.’
    • ‘To research and establish her title to happiness, she examines the ethical roots of the western world and then proceeds with her opinions thereanent.’