etcetera etcetera  /ˈɛt ˈsɛ tə rə/


  1. (n) additional unspecified odds and ends; more of the same
  2. (adv) continuing in the same way



  1. That's what they try to do with the psychological profiling, with the handwriting, etcetera, etcetera, and it's all pretty much a pseudo-science that I really laugh at when I read.
  2. So no matter how old you are, make love, get high, rock out, do your own thing, etcetera.
  3. The more viewers, the more advertisers would want to be there, the higher rates the sites would charge for the ads, the more profits, etcetera.


  • Etcetera offers flowers, gifts and more

    MARION — For 32 years, Etcetera Flowers & Gifts has been bringing top-of-the-line products and service to local residents.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: The Southern Illinoisan


  1. "Historically, golf has been a racist, elitist sport," said Gary Player, the South African who won nine major titles. "Go back in history and look at the country club rules -- no women ...... no minorities, no children. Etcetera. Etcetera."
    on Apr 1, 2009 By: Gary Player Source: USA Today

  2. "You may be moving at a faster rate, you may be playing at a quicker elevation, spirit, etcetera," Jackson said. "But if you're not going to be able to do the most basic things -- if you come out of your skin, in other words -- if you're out...
    on Jun 17, 2010 By: Phil Jackson Source: ESPN

  3. "I predict that they will make an attempt as we get in to the election season to make more of these spectacular kinds of attacks which they're still capable of doing," Mr McCain said. "The suicide bombers, etcetera, would not surprise me and...
    on Jul 19, 2008 By: John McCain Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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