therefor vs therefore :

therefor or therefore

Therefor is often used in legal or formal language. It means for that or for it. Therefore means consequently. The tycoon changed his will and give his reason therefor. Therefore, there was no way his will could be challenged.

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  • r  (in formal usage, especially legal usage) for that or for it
    ordering goods and enclosing payment therefor
    a refund therefor

  • r  (used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result
    therefore X must be true
  • r  as a consequence
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