Thesaurus / ergo
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One day erbout three mont's ergo, dis yer lady come en she des wheedled me ter let her in.

The CrossingWinston Churchill

Ergo, the work taking shape on the canvas was his, Paragot's.

The Belovd VagabondWilliam J. Locke

Nobody had ever asked such questions before: ergo, they ought never to be asked.

Earl Hubert's DaughterEmily Sarah Holt

Apostolus autem e contra prohibet Galatis: si circumcidimini Christo nihil vobis prodest: Ergo iste contrarius illi.

But Persis had told him that she had never loved any man; ergo, she had not loved Enslee—if Enslee could be called a man.

"Cogito, ergo sum" would be regarded by most people as having a true premiss.

The Analysis of MindBertrand Russell

She had not spoken to him—ergo, the emotion of encountering him was too great for her.

In Direst PerilDavid Christie Murray

Habet ergo non tantum venas aquarum terra, ex quibus corrivatis flumina effici possunt, sed et amnes magnitudinis vast.

I should think in his Colloquies, and most probably in the Peregrinatio Religionis ergo.

Ergo, if they “wanted” Emily Davis, she must be worth “wanting.”

Betty Wales FreshmanEdith K. Dunton

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