I'm so happy.
We have seen so much.
It is so quiet, so sweet, here.
So… so, so, so, so, so.
“All will be so, so happy and your name will be so, so big.
I never heard your voice sound so fresh and so ... so clear and fresh, never.”
And I love public transportation systems, I think they’re so underrated and they’re so valuable.
And so helpful and like you said I feel like it got so much bigger and it's developed so much.
"It's so massive and it's so compelling and has so much variety, and there's so many major cities, and so many icons.
Few sports teams are asked to carry so much meaning on their shoulders, to represent so many things to so many people, as the United States women’s soccer team.
“Jon is a really quiet guy, with a very shy personality so for him to do it in front of passengers was so not like him, but for me it was perfect and so thoughtful.
So is Symmetry and Proportion founded still in Nature, let Mens Fancy prove ever so barbarous, or their Fashions ever so Gothick in their Architecture, Sculpture, or whatever other designing Art.
Popcorn at the cinema can be so so so expensive, but when you make it at home and you just buy the popcorn corn, it’s like £1 for a whole pack and you can get about 20 portions out of that so it’s much better value for money.
Even better (if you feel up to it) is to say something like, "C'mon guys, lay off, so-and-so isn't so bad," or "Don't we have something better to do than to slag off so-and-so?"
Living conditions are so dense, public health services so awful, summer heat so sweltering, and open sewers and monsoon floods so common that a more perfect breeding ground could hardly be conjured.
so silly—so satisfied—so smiling—so prosing—so undistinguishing and unfastidious—and so apt to tell every thing relative to every body about me, I would marry to-morrow.
They seem to us so coupled, married, So flustered with their needful young, So busy housekeeping, so harried, It’s hard to picture them among The origins of myth—a buried Secret, rape, a cut-out tongue, Two sisters wronged, where there’s no right, Till transformation fledges flight.
“(1) The first is existence: when one inquires whether so-and-so exists; (2) the second is quiddity: when one inquires what so-and-so is; (3) the third is quality: when one inquires how so-and-so is; (4) the fourth is ‘quarity’: when one inquires why so-and-so is.”
plains so fertile, hills so sunny, glades so safe, woods so rich in shade, so many bountiful kinds of forest, so many mountain breezes, such fertility of crops and vines and olives, fleeces of sheep so handsome, bulls with such excellent necks, so many lakes, and rivers and springs which are so abundant in their flow, so many seas and ports, the bosom of its lands open to commerce on all sides and running out into the sea with such eagerness to help mankind!
- to a very great extent or degree
Example: the idea is so obvious
- the syllable naming the fifth (dominant) note of any musical scale in solmization
- in a manner that facilitates
Example: he observed the snakes so he could describe their behavior
- in such a condition or manner, especially as expressed or implied
Example: They're happy and I hope they will remain so
- to a certain unspecified extent or degree
Example: I can only go so far with this student
- in the same way; also
Example: I was offended and so was he
- in the way indicated
Example: hold the brush so
- (usually followed by `that') to an extent or degree as expressed
Example: he was so tired he could hardly stand
- subsequently or soon afterward (often used as sentence connectors)
- (used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result
- in truth (often tends to intensify)
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plains so fertile hills so sunny glades so safe woods so rich in shade so many bountiful kinds of forest so many mountain breezes such fertility of crops and vines and olives fleeces of sheep so handsome bulls with such excellent necks so many lakes and rivers and springs which are so abundant in their flow so many seas and ports the bosom of its lands open to commerce on all sides and running out into the sea with such eagerness to help mankind