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Definitions of SO
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adv. [Anglo-Saxon, Gothic, Icelandic, German] In that manner or degree ;-in like manner or degree; thus; with equal reason-used correlatively, following as ; -in such manner; to such degree-used correlatively with as or that coming after ;-in such a degree; in the same manner ; under these circumstances ; in this way - with reflex reference to something just asserted or implied;-therefore ; for this reason;-it is well ; let it be; be it so;-well ; the fact being as it is; -provided that ;-at this point ; at this time.
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