where·with·al


where·with·al
/ˈweɚwıˌðɑːl, ˈweɚwıˌθɑːl/ noun [noncount]
: the money, skill, etc., that is needed to get or do something

A project as big as this requires a lot of financial wherewithal.

He doesn't have the wherewithal to finish what he started.


Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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