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An unspecified amount or cost, as in They price the fabric at so much per yard. [Late 1300s] Also see as much as; so much for; so much the.
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Words nearby so much
somnolent, Somnus, somoni, Somoza, Somoza Debayle, so much, so much as, so much for, so much the, somy, son
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How to use so much in a sentence
Miss True Pettis had not enjoyed herselffelon and all!so much for ages as she did that forenoon.Ruth Fielding At Sunrise Farm|Alice B. Emerson
I presume he turned you over, and ripped them so as to get at your back and feel for the so-much-desired mole.'A Book of Ghosts|Sabine Baring-Gould
What are a few lordships, or the so-much-admired patrimonies of those who are styled wealthy?
So much you git for stealin' sugah!So much for lickin' lassa!Sheppard Lee, Vol. II (of 2)|Robert Montgomery Bird
Sincerely yours, with best regards to the pretty ever-so-much-better half of you,Ambrose Bierce.The Letters of Ambrose Bierce|Ambrose Bierce