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The chase scenes made an otherwise so-so movie a cult favorite.

There is a pro-cable bias that seems to forgive so-so shows and so-so series and judges network series harshly.

For the United States, our so-so results are neither depressing nor affirming.

Last year, like most sports fans, he did so-so in predicting the winners.

It's fair to call all of this exaggerated, but the core point is sound—2013 has been a so-so year for the president.

"Oh, pretty so-so," returned her father-in-law aggravatingly.

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

Now and then it has been so-so, but, as you say, we have stuck together.

Oh, so-so—Have you definite word from the Colonel that he is coming?

Mr. and Mrs. Divers enjoy very so-so health, but keep about.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to so-so, such as: mediocre, middling, passable, respectable, undistinguished, and adequate.

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

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