ergo [ ur-goh, er-goh ]
WORDS RELATED TO ERGO
accordingly, consequently, hence, so, then, therefore, thereupon, thus, in consequence, thusly
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Origin: Borrowed into English from Latin around 1350–1400
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR ERGO
The higher the digit, the more distance your finger had to travel, ergo, the longer it took to dial.
GENE WEINGARTEN: MAYBE THE PAST IS ONLY A PHONE CALL AWAY|GENE WEINGARTEN|NOVEMBER 5, 2020|WASHINGTON POST
We know enough to say that such things happened in the past, ergo, they are real and could happen again.
LARGE-SCALE CHANGES IN EARTH’S CLIMATE MAY ORIGINATE IN THE PACIFIC|GLORIA DICKIE|OCTOBER 8, 2020|SCIENCE NEWS
Ergo if the finest minds at Breitbart can't find him, Dunham's story must be fabricated.
THE RIGHT'S RAPE TROLLS VS. LENA DUNHAM|EMILY SHIRE|DECEMBER 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ergo, DAPA will cause another surge—and that future surge will likewise prove burdensome to Texas.
THE NEW TEXAS GOVERNOR’S CYNICAL IMMIGRATION THREAT|RUBEN NAVARRETTE JR.|DECEMBER 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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