[1913 Webster] Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way? --Ps. cxix.
[1913 Webster] [The builders of Babel], still with vain design, New Babels, had they wherewithal, would build. --Milton. [1913 Webster]
Word Netwherewithal n : the necessary means (especially financial means) adv : out of, or by means of which; "tools wherewith to scrape the windshield of my car" [syn: wherewith]
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The ability, and the necessary financial means, to accomplish some task
- wherewith (archaic)