Origin of matter-of-course
matter of course
Origin of matter of course
Related Words for matter-of-courseinnate, logical, legitimate, reasonable, instinctive, ordinary, usual, essential, common, commonplace, exemplary, classic, normal, symbolic, regular, emblematic, natural, quintessential, conventional, constant
Examples from the Web for matter-of-course
Historical Examples of matter-of-course
Perhaps something in his matter-of-course way displeased her.Deserted
She received his approaches as a matter-of-course, without diffidence, without a blush.Monte-Cristo's Daughter
Eleanor accepted him as a matter-of-course; that was Eleanors way.Three Little Women's Success
Gabrielle E. Jackson
His voice was matter-of-course, but his look said she was magnificent.
When they do speak of them, it is almost always in a "matter-of-course" way.