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pronoun as in that

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Because that minimum-wage hike was a project of the federal government, and that means that you-know-who was for it.

Meanwhile, they have devastated mental-health funding since you-know-who became president.

Another doctor claimed that Afridi ran off with several WHO-supplied boxes of vaccines.

So pondering this situation has got me thinking for the first time semi-seriously about you-know-who.

On the other side, President Obama seems to have become Lord Voldemort to the Hollywood elite: He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.

O my people!Who crowd with greedy eyes round this my jewel,Poor ivory, token of his outward beauty—Oh!

From time to time they caught the grewsome head by the hair and shook it violently, shouting, Who-oo-oo!

Aveline-who-never-lied lies half stretched out upon a bench.

But Miss Wilson will not talk about the row, whatever it was, with the chance of goodness-knows-who coming in any minute.

Peter-who-lives-next-door came in this morning to display an infinitesimal, bandaged thumb.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to who, such as: which, that fact, that one, that other, and the one in question.

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