wherewithal (WAIR-wih-thawl)


Definition (noun) means or resources for purchasing or doing something; specifically : financial resources : money In Context "Typically, when a person makes more money and has more savings, they add credit such as signing up for a new card or taking on a car loan. That's because they're confident they have the financial wherewithal to pay back the debt." Janna Herron, USA Today, 5 Dec. 2018