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therefore
used in Main Street

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Definition
for that reason (what follows is so because of what was just said)
  • Carol found the Marburys admiring and therefore admirable.
    Chapter 2 (4% in)
  • He was married, and therefore taboo, but he had come from Boston, he had lived among poets and socialists and Jews and millionaire uplifters at the University Settlement in New York, and he had a beautiful white strong neck.
    Chapter 1 (32% in)
  • Carol was, without understanding or accepting it, a revolutionist, a radical, and therefore possessed of "constructive ideas," which only the destroyer can have, since the reformer believes that all the essential constructing has already been done.
    Chapter 21 (43% in)
  • Therefore all men who succeed in painting in Paris or in finance in New York at last become weary of smart women, return to their native towns, assert that cities are vicious, marry their childhood sweethearts and, presumably, joyously abide in those towns until death.
    Chapter 22 (21% in)

There are no more uses of "therefore" in Main Street.

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