英音/ ˌðeərəˈpɒn / 美音/ ˌðerəˈpɑːn /
as a consequence
Fouch� thereupon issued an order to the prefects of the northern departments of the empire for the mobilization of 60,000 National Guards.
—Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 6
“Foraminifera” to “Fox, Edward” by Various
On his arrival, however, he found that another scholar had been elected by the local authorities, and he thereupon sought and obtained a commission in the Dutch army.
—Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 12, Slice 6
“Groups, Theory of” to “Gwyniad” by Various
But for the viper-cure and iron-cure of his manliness he needed nothing but a “Hm!” and a shrug of the whole body; thereupon the youths went back as men to the arbor.
—Hesperus or Forty-Five Dog-Post-Days Vol. I.
A Biography by Jean Paul
thereupon (adv.)late 12c., þer uppon; see there + upon.Related entries & more
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