say-so

[ sey-soh ]SEE DEFINITION OF say-so

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For a starter, then, takin' your say-so for it, you're a Southern man?'

The Mistress owned the slaves and they couldn't be sold without her say-so.

I'll back him up in anything, no matter what, if it's his say-so.

If he's willing, we'll take him on your say-so, and snap at the chance.

"I'll let it go at that on your say-so," Sandy returned, with surprising calmness.

"I don't see why she should always have the say-so," said Holland.

Makes all on us do her say-so but always fer our own betterment.

All is, I'm her father, and a father ought to have some say-so.

Why, we haven't even had a say-so as to whether we should marry or not.

People aren't so ready to give you the bad eye on somebody else's say-so.

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