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From where; from which place or source

At first I could not tell what this new sound was, nor whence it came, and now it seemed a little noise close by, and now a great noise in the distance. And then it grew nearer and more defined, and in a moment I knew it was the sound of voices talking.

From which

I scored more than you in the exam, whence we can conclude that I am better at the subject than you are.

From where
{a} from what place, source, book
from where?, from what source?
the place, source, etc
conj. from where; from which; place from which; to the place at which
from which; used relatively
from what place or origin or source; "whence did he come?"; "whence comes this splendid feast?"; "sketches the lawless society whence the ballads sprang"-DeLancey Ferguson
From what place; hence, from what or which source, origin, antecedent, premise, or the like; how; used interrogatively
Whence means from where. No one ordered him back whence he came. from where (whanon )
From what or which place, source, material, cause, etc

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    /ˈhwens/ /ˈhwɛns/


    [ 'hwen(t)s, 'wen(t)s ] (adverb.) 13th century. Middle English whennes, from whenne whence + -s, adverb suffix, from -s, genitive singular ending; akin to Old High German hwanAn whence, Old English hwA who.

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