to wit

Definition of "to wit"
  1. A phrase used to introduce a more detailed explanation or specific examples
How to use "to wit" in a sentence
  1. The grievance mentioned three offenses, to wit: harassment, discrimination, and bullying.
  2. The contract mentioned two types of warranties, to wit: an express warranty and an implied warranty.
  3. The accused was charged with two crimes, to wit: burglary and assault.

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