noun, plural pres·tos.
WHO SAID IT: A QUIZ ON PRESIDENTIAL WIT AND WISDOM
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And presto: polio returned—first in Nigeria then across Africa and into Asia, following an established migration pattern.
Toss a Cinderella- or Stockholm Syndrome-type victim into the mix and presto!
When this third hour had been bellowed away, and the bell had rung unheard the advent of a fourth—presto—in came Mons.
At the extreme demonstrativeness of Presto he closed his green eyes disdainfully, and thought: "Well—dogs know no better!"The Quest|Frederik van Eeden
But the author must needs be haled into court;45 and, presto!Paris and the Social Revolution|Alvan Francis Sanborn
Presto will be suspicious of everything but MD, in spite of your little nose.The Journal to Stella|Jonathan Swift
Even its terminology is strange to the English ear, which finds—hey, presto!The Great North Road: York to Edinburgh|Charles G. Harper