Definition of offcourse
1. of_course [ r ] as might be expected
Examples: "naturally, the lawyer sent us a huge bill"
(Rocky Mountains News, [Denver, Colorado],...)
Both , of_course , were remarkable feats and further embossed the fact that baseball rightfully is the national pastime .
(The New York Times,...)
The idol of the hackers , of_course , is Ray_Ainsley , who achieved a 19 in the United_States_Open .
And now , of_course , the hue_and_cry for counter escalation is being raised on our side .
Morrison points_out that since our country is more urbanized than the Soviet_Union or Red_China , it is the most vulnerable of the great_powers - Europe of_course must be written_off out_of_hand .
There is Karl_Marx , of_course , buried in London .Synonyms of_course naturally course Related Terms unnaturally
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