Pronunciation of So
/sˈə͡ʊ/, /sˈə‍ʊ/, /s_ˈəʊ/

Synonyms for so:

Sense 1

disproportionate, life-size, whereat, three-quarter, otherwise.

Sense 2

isometric, full-size.

Sense 5


Sense 9


Sense 19


and so

with that, and so.

in that




Other synonyms and related words:

isometric, true, heavily, whereat, proper, fiercely, way, truthful, thusly, really, otherwise, exact, and then, thereupon, easily, undeniably, incontestably, and so, similarly, hands down, soh, correspondingly, also, awfully, mightily, vastly, too, This, hugely, intensely, ever, extremely, Roaringly, dead-on, colloidal solution, consequently, likewise, mortally, three-quarter, in order, clearly, majorly, indeed, then, That, sol, thereof, unquestionably, bone, archly, exceedingly, surpassingly, colloidal suspension, blisteringly, systematic, correct, certainly, right, incredibly, precise, inarguably, undoubtedly, unarguably, enormously, very, greatly, on-target, frightfully, specially, assuredly, accordingly, double, colossally, spot-on, thumping, accurate.

accordingly (adverb)


highly (adverb)

supremely, surpassingly, hugely.

therefore (adverb)

wherefore, hence, therefrom, Since, and so, due to, owing to, thus, on account of, thence, Because, thanks to, therefore, ergo.

accordingly (adverb)

and so, consequently, therefore, then, hence.

exactly right (adverb)

correct, exact, accurate.

extremely (adverb)

very, sorely.

highly (adverb)

terribly, extremely.

similarly (adverb)


then (adverb)


therefore (adverb)

thanks to, thence, due to, owing to, thus, Because, hence, on account of, therefore, wherefore, ergo, Since.

thus (adverb)


to a degree (adverb)

very, extremely.

whereat (adverb)


in such a manner (conjunction)

similarly, ergo, too, Because, likewise, true, indeed, accordingly.

Sense 1 (noun)

very, extremely.

Sense 2 (noun)

correct, exact, accurate.

Sense 3 (noun)

accordingly, surely, certainly, clearly.

Sense 4 (noun)

isometric, That, three-quarter, disproportionate, double, This, full-size, life-size, by.

Sense 5 (noun)

particularly, really, greatly.

accordingly (noun)


communication (noun)

sol, soh.

so (noun)

truthful, indeed, and so, true, sol, then, in order, thusly, soh, systematic, and then, thus.

Usage examples for so:

  • Not so Euthykles and Balaustion. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.
  • I do not see it so. - "A Book of Prefaces", H. L. Mencken.
  • " I suppose so," said I. " You don't mind that?" - "A Man of Mark", Anthony Hope.

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