therefor therefor


  • (adv) (in formal usage, especially legal usage) for that or for it


  1. And therefore, our relationship will always be uneasy.
  2. We therefore salute a friend and a role model.
  3. But writer Morrison seems to get what's fun about Superman: He's ridiculously powerful, and therefore he just sees and does and has lots of incredibly cool, totally bizarre stuff.


  • Report: Cruz won't be at Giants' mandatory camp

    02:08 PM ET 06.09 | New York Giants restricted free agent wide receiver Victor Cruz is still unsigned, and he is not expected to attend the team's mandatory minicamp next week, according to the New York Daily News. Cruz is not under contract since he has not signed his tender, therefor the Giants cannot fine him for not attending the minicamp.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Sports Illustrated


  1. "You'd take winning 'em all at home and splitting on the road," Pearl said. "But we haven't won 'em all at home. Therefor, we have to make it up."
    on Feb 20, 2009 By: Bruce Pearl Source: (subscription)

  2. "The public needs to have absolute confidence in the process, and to the extent this has become a distraction, the distraction needs to be removed. Therefor, I need to take myself out of the equation," Davis told the AP.
    on Dec 6, 2007 By: Jefferson Davis Source: Forbes

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