or so so
Also so·so. indifferent; neither very good nor very bad.
in an indifferent or passable manner; indifferently; tolerably.
Origin of so-so
First recorded in 1520–30
Synonyms for so-so
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Related Words for more so-sorespectable, mediocre, passable, undistinguished, middling, adequate, average, enough, fair, indifferent, medium, moderate, okay, ordinary, run-of-the-mill, tolerable, fairish
(postpositive) neither good nor bad
in an average or indifferent manner
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1520s as an adverb, "indifferently;" as an adjective, "mediocre, neither too good nor too bad," 1540s; from so.
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