Definition of herein in US English:

herein

adverb

formal
  • 1In this document or book.

    ‘the author herein recounts his travel adventures’
    • ‘Nothing herein is intended to interfere with any legitimate law enforcement investigation.’
    • ‘Anyway, while we go to great lengths to strive for the accuracy of the information presented herein, mistakes will inevitably occur.’
    • ‘The data and most of the words contained herein are those of the original authors.’
    • ‘Contained herein is a list of female members of heavy metal bands.’
    • ‘The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of Dubai Municipality.’
    • ‘All the answers provided herein are of a general nature.’
    • ‘Any views expressed herein are the views of the author, and not necessarily the views of either of the institutions with which he is affiliated.’
    • ‘Do all documents herein include or exclude drafts?’
    • ‘These uncertainties may cause actual results to differ from information contained herein.’
    • ‘All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable.’
    • ‘By contrast, the trilobites documented herein are from thrombolitic buildups.’
    • ‘Taxon names reported herein are consistent with the USDA-ARS National Genetic Resources Information Network.’
    • ‘This one is my gift to all the lazy people who happen upon my blog and cant be bothered to plough any further to discover the bounteous and wondrous delights contained herein.’
    • ‘However, the authors are solely responsible for the opinions expressed herein.’
    • ‘The results presented herein represent the conclusions and opinions of the authors.’
    • ‘The opinions expressed herein are solely those of the author and do not reflect those of the Institute.’
    • ‘The information provided herein should not be used as a substitute for consultation with professional advisers.’
    • ‘Several limitations of the information presented herein should be noted.’
    • ‘The year in question is October 2001 to 2002, and every news item the Onion ever published between those dates is contained herein.’
    1. 1.1 Used to introduce something that depends on or arises from what has just been mentioned.
      ‘the statues are sensual to the point of erotic and herein lies their interest’
      • ‘Significantly, Plessner sees her characters as representative of layers of society rather than individuals, and herein lies the problem.’
      • ‘And herein lies the greatest disappointment facing prospective Vantage owners: trying to get their hands on one.’
      • ‘But - herein lies the rub - you may not pick and choose which forms of life you will graciously patronise.’
      • ‘But herein lies the paradox: need reveals the contingency of combined love and desire.’
      • ‘And herein lies the ultimate revenge theory in last week's drama.’
      • ‘We know that herein lies the true source of the narrator's disconnect.’
      • ‘And herein lies the problem in breaking the barrier between critical and commercial success.’
      • ‘But herein lies another major problem from the Australian perspective.’
      • ‘And herein lies the clue to how we need to move forward.’
      • ‘But truthfully, I rather like her as a person as well and herein lies my dilemma.’
      • ‘And herein lies the problem… unless, of course, you've been awake for three days.’
      • ‘And herein lies the paradox, and possibly the geishas' demise.’
      • ‘What is not necessarily obvious is that herein may reside an inherent problem for income distribution in industrial societies.’
      • ‘Your story goes on to tell us that Bradford was one of the first councils to set up its own architecture department, and perhaps herein lies the problem.’
      • ‘And herein lurks the deceptively soft, and indeed ever-welcoming, bosom of Nanny State.’
      • ‘Unfortunately, it's the only stream consistently providing such opportunities and herein lies the problem.’
      • ‘That leaves one position up for grabs, herein lies the tale.’
      • ‘Native workers do not come for cheap, and herein lies the trouble.’
      • ‘Whether you're Lance Armstrong or Joe Average, herein lies the key to leaving your friends in the dust.’
      • ‘And herein lies one of the frustrations of my career.’

Pronunciation

herein

/ˌhɪrˈɪn//ˌhirˈin/