ergo[ ur-goh, er-goh ]SEE DEFINITION OF ergo
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ERGO
Ergo, again, ours must infallibly top the markets of the world.
There had been an obscure presentiment of 'cognito, ergo sum' more than 2000 years previously.
Then he is a father, and he is yours; ergo, he is your father, and the puppies are your brothers.
What was I before that instant I suddenly reasoned cogito, ergo sum?
She had not spoken to him—ergo, the emotion of encountering him was too great for her.
But the people are for us, consequently the right is with us; ergo, we must prevail.
But black is one thing and white is another thing,—Ergo, black and white is all one.
Ergo, the more difficulties one has to conquer, the richer one is.
Consequently, I must then unite with him in his; ergo, I must turn idolator.
The axiom of Cartesianism is, therefore, the Cogito ergo sum.