etcetera

[ et-set-er-uh, ‐se-truh ]SEE DEFINITION OF etcetera

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His home most likely was not what she had been used to but, etcetera, etcetera.

We are in want of water, and anything in the way of vegetables, etcetera, that we can get.

“Why, he had a red coat and white belt,” etcetera, etcetera.

He wanted to hear a French sermon; he wanted to be quiet, away from the world, etcetera.

“Godfrey Ablewhite, sometime vicar of this parish,” etcetera.

We have nothing to give: we did not throw the god out, etcetera, etcetera.

There are clipper sloops, clipper yachts, clipper ships, etcetera.

The pulleys by which sails, etcetera, are hoisted, are named blocks.

There he had been questioned closely as to where he came from, etcetera.

She could repair the boots, etcetera, and do what little cooking might be required.

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