noun, plural et·cet·er·as.
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Example sentences from the Web for etcetera
Roll on, thou deep and dark blue ocean, roll Ten thousand fleets, etcetera.Eric, or Little by Little|Frederic W. Farrar
But I mean colour of hair, kind of nose, etcetera; be more particular, and do be quick!The Middy and the Moors|R.M. Ballantyne
“Caro mio ben, credimi almen, senza di te languisce il cor,” etcetera.With Airship and Submarine|Harry Collingwood
On the surface about two hundred men, women, and boys are employed “dressing” the ore, etcetera.
But his pumping-engine is by no means rendered useless, for it has much to do in hauling ore to the surface, etcetera.