Together with this; likewise; at the same time; in addition; also.
With; -- put after its object, at the end of sentence or clause in which it stands.
To harmonize the One with the Many, this is indeed a difficult adjustment, perhaps the most difficult of all, and so important, withal, that nations have perished from their failure to achieve it. Irving Babbitt
Here we are to remember that in consequence of our opinion that labor is the Father and active principle of wealth, as lands are the Mother, that the state by killing, mutilating, or imprisoning their members do withal punish themselves. William Petty
Command that no one be received, or kept to be of your household indoors or without, if one has not reasonable belief of them that they are faithful, discreet, and painstaking in the office for which they are received, and withal honest and of good manners. Robert Grosseteste
Nature is in austere mood, even terrifying, withal majestically beautiful. Frederick Soddy
The business of a scientific school is the dissemination of useful knowledge, and this is a noble enterprise and indispensable withal; society can not exist unless it goes on. Albert J. Nock
withal in German is dabei
withal in Hungarian is -vel, -val, vele, amellett
withal in Italian is presso
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