- a number of other things or persons unspecified.
- etceteras, extras or sundries.
Origin of etcetera
First recorded in 1375–1425; noun use of et cetera
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Examples from the Web for etcetera
His home most likely was not what she had been used to but, etcetera, etcetera.Chance
We are in want of water, and anything in the way of vegetables, etcetera, that we can get.The Tapu Of Banderah
“Why, he had a red coat and white belt,” etcetera, etcetera.The Three Midshipmen
He wanted to hear a French sermon; he wanted to be quiet, away from the world, etcetera.The Silver Lining
“Godfrey Ablewhite, sometime vicar of this parish,” etcetera.The Hawthorns