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and so

adverb as in so

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For instance, a sudden declaration before others that “so-and-so has died!”

People would stop us on the street and say, ‘Do you know so-and-so?’

If Romney were in the White House, by 2016, “was so-and-so tough on Syria?”

I just knew after a while, ‘OK, so-and-so is going to rip it apart.’

If I lost millions, it's because so-and-so A swindled me, or so-and-so B down the supply line didn't do his part, and it hurt me.

Well, is it not wise to take what one can get—the little glory of being the property of Mr. So-and-So?

Now, if you are dying and call in some Dr. So-and-so, you may find him a young fellow of three or four and twenty.

Sometimes he would come to the very verge of committing himself by adding, "From So-and-So."

I tried to remember whether I had been introduced to her as a Miss or Mrs. So-and-so, but without success.

The point of interest to the statesman is that it didn't for a moment occur to us to do so-and-so when the time for doing it came.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to and so, such as: then, therefore, hence, and consequently.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.