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et hoc genus omne

[ et hohk ge-noos ohm-ne; English et hok jee-nuhs om-nee ]

Latin.
  1. and all this (or that) sort of thing.


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Example Sentences

If Messieurs Grfe et hoc genus omne had turned out right, I should long ago have been blind.

It is needless to say that all guide-books, tourist sketches, et hoc genus omne, have adopted it.

Now she rushes into a large oil picture—perhaps a portrait of her brother in riding costume, et hoc genus omne.

Sullivan arrived on the night before the encounter and with him came a crowd of shoulder-hitters, pick-pockets, et hoc genus omne.

As for cross-country running, paper chases, et hoc genus omne, Acton refused to have anything to do with them.

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