such and such
- definite or particular, but not named or specified: They turned out to be such and such kind of people.
- something or someone not specified: if such and such should happen.
Origin of such and such
Related Words for such and suchunexplored, exotic, unidentified, remote, undiscovered, unfamiliar, foreign, strange, anonymous, new, nameless, unnamed, uncharted, unexplained, unrecognized, undisclosed, unsigned, dark, alien, far
Examples from the Web for such and such
Contemporary Examples of such and such
The man was a member of the Los Angeles police force investigating a disturbance at such-and-such and address.The Stacks: Mr. Bad Taste and Trouble Himself: Robert Mitchum
July 19, 2014
Every time we leave a screening there are more Blackberry alerts that such-and-such has sold to so-and-so.The Details on 'The Details'
January 25, 2011
Historical Examples of such and such
They carried such-and-such bombs in such-and-such quantities.Pariah Planet
I am pressed to own that such-and-such a character "is taken from So-and-so."The Lowest Rung
They dined together at Isaac Leveson's on such-and-such dates.'A Black Adonis
Linn Boyd Porter
Why must they fold their bed-clothes in such-and-such an exact way?Nights in London
An officer should not ask a man: "Would you like to do such-and-such a task?"The Armed Forces Officer
U. S. Department of Defense
such and such
Not specified, unnamed and undetermined, as in They agreed to meet at such and such a time and place. [Mid-1500s]