Withal in a sentence

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Definition of Withal

  • Together with this; likewise; at the same time; in addition; also.
  • despite anything to the contrary (usually preceding a concession)
  • together with this

How to use withal in a sentence. Withal pronunciation.

It has the rare fire of aggression; is ever more upon the offence than upon the defence; has, withal, the false lure of freedom from restraint, the throbbing force of sympathy.
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Prover, _Talk is but Talk, but 'tis Money buys Land_; and I am sure 'twas only for Money to supply you withal, that I have sold mine.
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But she knows well enough she has a Tender-hearted Fool to deal withal; she must advise ye!
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But 'tis the common Theam that you are pleas'd to entertain our Sex withal, tho there be nothing in it.
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For what need she to have desir'd you to bring Picklocks to open the Cabinet withal, when as the Key of it was in her keeping?
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So I reply'd, Withal my heart, Sir, if we can agree, for I want a good Service.
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He had acquired the habit of using large quantities of whiskey and brandy, and withal more or less given to licentiousness.
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The distant relatives flocked in and exposed the fraudful date with extreme suddenness and surprising ease, and carried off the fortune, leaving the Johnsons very legitimately, and legally, and irrevocably chained together in honorable marriage, but with not so much as a penny to bless themselves withal.
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Withal, a defiant rather than a hopeful mood; resentment of the undisguisable fact that her will was sovereign only in a poor little sphere which she would gladly have transcended.
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Yet withal, he has a peculiar pride, or perhaps I should say insufferable vanity.
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Up early, my mind full of business, then to the office, where the two Sir Williams and I spent the morning passing the victualler's accounts, the first I have had to do withal.
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I'll entertain myself like one that I am not acquainted withal; for, sure, unless he know some strain in me that I know not myself, he would never have boarded me in this fury.
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He has no more knowledge in Hibocrates and Galen, and he is a knave besides-a cowardly knave as you would desires to be acquainted withal.
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Patience is the chiefest fruit of study; a man that strives to make himself different from other men by much reading gains this chiefest good, that in all fortunes he hath something to entertain and comfort himself withal.
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All this is very fine; but withal, when it comes either to themselves, their wives, their children, or friends, surprising them at unawares and unprepared, then, what torment, what outcries, what madness and despair!
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Whereupon, I whispered him in the ear, that he should rise, under pretence of putting us out of the room, and after a jesting manner pull my nightgown from my shoulders-we were of much about the same height- throw it over his own, and there keep it till he had performed what I had appointed him to do, which was, that when we were all gone out of the chamber, he should withdraw to make water, should three times repeat such and such words, and as often do such and such actions; that at every of the three times, he should tie the ribbon I put into his hand about his middle, and be sure to place the medal that was fastened to it, the figures in such a posture, exactly upon his reins, which being done, and having the last of the three times so well girt and fast tied the ribbon that it could neither untie nor slip from its place, let him confidently return to his business, and withal not forget to spread my gown upon the bed, so that it might be sure to cover them both.
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And when, almost in the middle of Adria, {117a} he was going to sell the Gospels which he had written out with his own hand when young, to pay his fare withal, then the captain's son was possessed with a devil, and cried out, "Hilarion, servant of God, why can we not be safe from thee even at sea?
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I ventured to read it to a great friend of mine, a charming woman whose help and sympathy have been very precious to me, a woman withal with a real feeling for art and literature; and we agreed that it was charming.
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He was a man of magnificent figure, stately and noble as a Greek warrior, and withal eloquent.
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In the earlier part of his career, in 1811, he had opposed a recharter of Hamilton's National Bank as a dangerous money-corporation, and withal unconstitutional on the ground that the general government had no power to charter companies.
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Examples of Withal

Example #1
Therein lies the power of evil, that it is ever new, ever fortified by continuous conquest and achievements.
Example #2
How large do small issues seem till we have faced the momentous things!
Example #3
And therefore when you have all said what you can, what wou'd you all do, if I didn't help you to Money?
Example #4
I that Satisfies the Whore, and pay the Fees of both the Pimp and Pander.
Example #5
Tis more then time she did!
Example #6
I see she wants to be the Head!