Definition Of withal
in addition; as a further factor or consideration.
the whole is light and portable, and ornamental withal
with (used at the end of a clause).
we sat with little to nourish ourselves withal but vile water
Example Of withal
All this having been true to Burbank, if I caught his thought correctly, the great scientist's tolerant, yet withal inflexible, attitude toward those who were disparaging and excoriating him is entirely understandable.
And Ahab told Jezebel all that Elijah had done, and withal how he had slain all the prophets with the sword.
But he was a magnificent all-round fieldsman withal .
For what are idols but what the same Scripture describes in these words: ‘Eyes have they, and they do not see,’ and whatever else may be said of substances however skillfully carved into shape, but withal lacking life and sense?
It would be splendid for his woodblock-cutting methods - the stone upon stone, its grim severity and grace withal .