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therefore
used in Arrowsmith

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Definition
for that reason (what follows is so because of what was just said)
  • Therefore, you will learn the properties of drugs and the contents of prescriptions BECAUSE I TELL YOU TO!
    Chapter 5 (18% in)
  • Her father, Andrew Jackson Tozer, sometimes known as Jackass Tozer; owner of the bank, of the creamery, and an elevator, therefore the chief person in town; pious at Wednesday evening prayer-meeting, fussing over every penny he gave to Leora or her mother.
    Chapter 6 (42% in)
  • He had the personal touchiness of most propagandists; he believed that because he was sincere, therefore his opinions must always be correct.
    Chapter 21 (24% in)
  • When Pickerbaugh addressed a church or the home circle he spoke of "the value of health in making life more joyful," but when he addressed a business luncheon he changed it to "the value in good round dollars and cents of having workmen who are healthy and sober, and therefore able to work faster at the same wages."
    Chapter 21 (41% in)
  • Therefore I t'ink you will either make a very good scientist or a very bad one, and if you are bad enough, you will be popular with the rich ladies who rule this city, New York, and you can gif lectures for a living or even become, if you get to be plausible enough, a college president.
    Chapter 26 (12% in)
  • The provincial Arrowsmiths arrived on time, therefore fifteen minutes early.
    Chapter 26 (85% in)
  • He remarked to Sir Robert that rats and their ever faithful fleas do carry diseases—plague and infectious jaundice and rat-bite fever and possibly leprosy—but these diseases did not and therefore could not exist in St. Hubert, except for leprosy, which was a natural punishment of outlandish Native Races.
    Chapter 31 (42% in)
  • It happened that he was, without Martin or Gottlieb ever understanding it, the most brilliant as well as the least pompous and therefore least appreciated warrior against epidemics that the world has known.
    Chapter 33 (99% in)
  • Hers was a palace, and palaces, whether they are such very little ones as Joyce's, with its eighteen rooms, or Buckingham or vast Fontainebleau, are all alike; they are choked with the superfluities of pride, they are so complete that one does not remember small endearing charms, they are indistinguishable in their common feeling of polite and uneasy grandeur, they are therefore altogether tedious.
    Chapter 37 (6% in)

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