Thesaurus / so-so

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The girls are well, and have as many opinions with as few acts as ever; and Custis is so-so.

"You could scream, and that would do just as well," replied So-so, with his tail still up.

Last WordsJuliana Horatia Ewing

The sermon was only so-so, but they enjoyed the singing; particularly their own.

John March, SouthernerGeorge W. Cable

"Yes, it would have done just as well," So-so replied, as he stretched himself on the hearth.

Last WordsJuliana Horatia Ewing

Well, for our side, it ain't no more'n so-so,” was the somber admission; “an' mebbe that's stretchin' it.

The Wilderness TrailFrank Williams

The day was so-so, and my companions in the coach of the dormouse order; eighty-two miles and no conversation is to me dreadful.

The drawing was but so-so, and the color impossibly vivid, still the composition was pleasing from its solidity and richness.

Some of us thought he was so-so in his senses; but his uncle said it was no such thing,—he was only a genius.

I don't see any distress signals flyin' an' yet she's got an anchor out while her canvas is hangin' so-so.

Captain ScraggsPeter B. Kyne

Selim the Baker was well off in the world, but Selim the Fisherman was only so-so.

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