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therefore
used in This Side of Paradise

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Definition
for that reason (what follows is so because of what was just said)
  • Though she thought of her body as a mass of frailties, she considered her soul quite as ill, and therefore important in her life.
    1.1 — Amory, Son of Beatrice (12% in)
  • On Thursday, therefore, he walked pensively along the slippery, shovel-scraped sidewalks, and came in sight of Myra's house, on the half-hour after five, a lateness which he fancied his mother would have favored.
    1.1 — Amory, Son of Beatrice (20% in)
  • Therefore, at each performance of "Ha-Ha Hortense!" half-a-dozen seats were kept from sale and occupied by six of the worst-looking vagabonds that could be hired from the streets, further touched up by the Triangle make-up man.
    1.2 — Spires and Gargoyles (38% in)
  • About three-fourths of the whole business was for effect and therefore harmless, ended at the door of the cafe, soon enough for the five-o'clock train back to Yale or Princeton; about one-fourth continued on into the dimmer hours and gathered strange dust from strange places.
    1.3 — The Egotist Considers (67% in)

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