where·with /ˈhwɛrˌwɪð, ˈhwær, ˈwɛr, ˈwær, ˌwɪθ/
1. With which; -- used relatively.
The love wherewith thou hast loved me. --John xvii. 26.
2. With what; -- used interrogatively.
Wherewith shall I save Israel? --Judg. vi. 15.
Where·with, n. The necessary means or instrument.
So shall I have wherewith to answer him. --Ps. cxix. 42.
The wherewith to meet excessive loss by radiation. --H. Spencer.
adv : out of, or by means of which; "tools wherewith to scrape the
windshield of my car" [syn: wherewithal]