hence

[adv] - (archaic) from this place 2. [adv] - from this time
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Hence

Hence adverb [ Middle English hennes , hens (the s is prop. a genitive ending; confer - wards ), also hen , henne , hennen , heonnen , heonene , Anglo-Saxon heonan , heonon , heona , hine ; akin to Old H...
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Hence

Hence transitive verb To send away. [ Obsolete] Sir P. Sidney.
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Hence

• (adv.) From this place; away. • (adv.) From this reason; as an inference or deduction. • (v. t.) To send away. • (adv.) From this time; in the future; as, a week hence. • (adv.) From this source or origin.
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