- 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 etceteras
There is only half of me here—the etceteras are in the family vault in Scotland.A Book of Ghosts
I can tell you where to get your clothes, and the best place for all the etceteras.The Malefactor
E. Phillips Oppenheim
Queen Elizabeths physician in ordinary received one hundred pounds per annum and perquisites—sustenance, wine, wax, and etceteras.The Funny Side of Physic
A. D. Crabtre
The passage to London, with etceteras, including an unconscionable steward's-fee, amounted to nearly three pounds more.A July Holiday in Saxony, Bohemia, and Silesia
So away we went, I in a small boat with a few boys, the others in another boat with the etceteras.West African studies
Mary Henrietta Kingsley
- miscellaneous extra things or persons
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