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- (used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result.
**Synonyms:**so, thence, therefore, thus.**Samples of use:***therefore X must be true | the eggs were fresh and hence satisfactory | we were young and thence optimistic | it is late and thus we must go | the witness is biased and so cannot be trusted*. - from this place.
**Samples of use:***get thee hence!*. - from this time.
**Samples of use:***a year hence it will be forgotten*.

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**diminutiveness, minuteness, petiteness, tininess, weeness**: the property of being very small in size*hence the minuteness of detail in the painting***uncommercial**: not conducive to commercial success*might prove arty and hence uncommercial***henceforth, henceforward**: from this time forth; from now on*henceforth she will be known as Mrs. Smith***hence, so, thence, therefore, thus**: (used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result*the eggs were fresh and hence satisfactory | we were young and thence optimistic***hence**: from this time*a year hence it will be forgotten***hence**: from this place*get thee hence!***thence, therefrom**: from that place or from there*proceeded thence directly to college | flew to Helsinki and thence to Moscow***thence, therefrom, thereof**: from that circumstance or source*atomic formulas and all compounds thence constructible | a natural conclusion follows thence*