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therefore
used in The Hound of the Baskervilles

17 uses
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Definition for that reason (what follows is so because of what was just said)
  • I therefore spent the day at my club and did not return to Baker Street until evening.
    Chapter 3 -- The Problem (61% in)
  • He has been a fixture therefore all day.
    Chapter 3 -- The Problem (70% in)
  • We may take it, therefore, that the letter was composed by an educated man who wished to pose as an uneducated one, and his effort to conceal his own writing suggests that that writing might be known, or come to be known, by you.
    Chapter 4 -- Sir Henry Baskerville (33% in)
  • I was distressed therefore when another member of the family came down to live here, and I felt that he should be warned of the danger which he will run.
    Chapter 7 -- The Stapletons of Merripit House (94% in)
  • Let me, therefore, return to the facts concerning Sir Henry Baskerville.
    Chapter 8 -- First Report of Dr. Watson (13% in)
  • We think, therefore, that he has gone, and the outlying farmers sleep the better in consequence.
    Chapter 8 -- First Report of Dr. Watson (20% in)
  • It follows, therefore, that Barrymore, since only this window would serve the purpose, must have been looking out for something or somebody upon the moor.
    Chapter 9 -- Second Report of Dr. Watson (4% in)
  • I ran down the hill therefore and met the baronet at the bottom.
    Chapter 9 -- Second Report of Dr. Watson (26% in)
  • I sprang forward therefore, and Sir Henry did the same.
    Chapter 9 -- Second Report of Dr. Watson (88% in)
  • I left Sir Henry behind, therefore, not without some prickings of conscience, and drove off upon my new quest.
    Chapter 11 -- The Man on the Tor (6% in)
  • The probability was, therefore, that she was telling the truth, or, at least, a part of the truth.
    Chapter 11 -- The Man on the Tor (40% in)
  • He therefore put pressure upon Mrs. Lyons to write this letter, imploring the old man to give her an interview on the evening before his departure for London.
    Chapter 15 -- A Retrospection (34% in)
  • By chance, however, the first boot which was procured for him was a new one and, therefore, useless for his purpose.
    Chapter 15 -- A Retrospection (53% in)
  • From that moment he understood that I had taken over the case in London, and that therefore there was no chance for him there.
    Chapter 15 -- A Retrospection (60% in)
  • It is very probable, therefore, that in the absence of his master it was he who cared for the hound, though he may never have known the purpose for which the beast was used.
    Chapter 15 -- A Retrospection (66% in)
  • I deceived everybody, therefore, yourself included, and I came down secretly when I was supposed to be in London.
    Chapter 15 -- A Retrospection (71% in)
  • He tied her up, therefore, that she might have no chance of warning Sir Henry, and he hoped, no doubt, that when the whole country-side put down the baronet's death to the curse of his family, as they certainly would do, he could win his wife back to accept an accomplished fact and to keep silent upon what she knew.
    Chapter 15 -- A Retrospection (89% in)

There are no more uses of "therefore" in The Hound of the Baskervilles.

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