01. The union has negotiated a deal [whereby] we will get a slight increase in salary and additional benefits.02. Our medical system, [whereby] citizens pay monthly premiums, and then receive largely free health care, is considered by many to be one of the best in the world.03. The two countries have come to an agreement [whereby] they will share the revenues from oil discovered in the disputed territory.04. Both Sikhs and Hindus believe in karma, [whereby] the quality of one's present life is determined by one's behavior in a previous life.05. Bats use echo location, [whereby] they send out a sound which strikes a target, and then bounces back to the bat, letting it know what lies ahead.06. Pro hockey has a system [whereby] the weakest teams get the first pick of new players in the following season.07. The Olympics used to have a rule [whereby] professional athletes were not allowed to compete.08. In Japan, many couples have arranged marriages [whereby] a matchmaker will introduce women and men through a written biography and a photo.09. It seems a little undemocratic to me that we have a system [whereby] our Prime Minister was elected with only 38% of the popular vote.10. The government wants to encourage home care of the elderly [whereby] they can receive personal medical care in the comfort of their home.11. Members of the union voted to accept a deal [whereby] they would receive a salary increase of 3% in the first year of the contract, and 4% in the second.12. Charles Kettering once said that logic is a system [whereby] one may go wrong with confidence.13. Malcolm Muggeridge once suggested that every happening, great and small, is a parable [whereby] God speaks to us, and the art of life is to get the message.14. Robert South once suggested that speech was given to the ordinary sort of men [whereby] to communicate their mind; but to wise men [whereby] to conceal it.15. We need to set up some kind of tutorial program [whereby] students can get extra help.
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Whereby — Where*by , adv. [1913 Webster] 1. By which; used relatively. You take my life when you take the means whereby I life. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. By what; how; used interrogatively. [1913 Webster] Whereby shall I know this? Luke i. 18. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
whereby — index hereby, thereby Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 whereby … Law dictionary
whereby — meaning ‘by what or which means’, is one of a dwindling number of where forms still in common use. It is especially useful in attaching an explanatory statement to a noun or noun phrase: • The ‘ratchet effect’ in politics, whereby the right seems … Modern English usage
whereby — [hwerbī′, werbī′] adv. Archaic by what? how? [whereby did you expect to profit?] conj. by which; by means of which [a device whereby to make money] … English World dictionary
whereby — c.1200, from WHERE (Cf. where) + BY (Cf. by) … Etymology dictionary
whereby — ► ADVERB ▪ by which … English terms dictionary
whereby — [[t](h)weə(r)ba͟ɪ[/t]] PRON REL A system or action whereby something happens is one that makes that thing happen. [FORMAL] The system whereby Britons choose their family doctors and the government pays those doctors, has been reasonably… … English dictionary
whereby — adverb /wɛəˈbaɪ/ a) By which. Other heads saw devolution as a whole new way of life and adopted an approach whereby the power of devolution was used to enable the school to drive the curriculum. b) Where. This is an electronic system whereby… … Wiktionary
whereby — where|by [ wer baı, hwer baı ] adverb FORMAL * used for saying that something is done according to the method, arrangement, rule, etc. that has been referred to: a regulation whereby an employer is held responsible for any accident There is a… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
whereby */ — UK [weə(r)ˈbaɪ] / US [werˈbaɪ] / US [hwerˈbaɪ] adverb formal used for saying that something is done according to the method, arrangement, rule etc that has been referred to There is a standard method whereby officers are selected for promotion. a … English dictionary