just so

ADVERB
  1. in a careful manner
    you must treat this plant just so
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How To Use just so In A Sentence

  • Of course, Whitty himself ain’t exactly a peach; he loves him some torture, and buries knives in bellies with minimal provocation; when it comes to witch-hunting, he’s of the “burn her alive now, ask questions … well, don’t really bother asking questions, it’s just so damn fun to burn people, let’s do it some more!” school. Cry of the Banshee « Skid Roche
  • British summers mean we get rain, wind, sun, snow and frost all in the same week but our winters are just so glum, no blizzards just unrelenting dankness.
  • It just so happened that Gaisford was well placed to discover or collate information of that kind. DARE CALL IT TREASON
  • Book value can increase as a result of mergers, and it can go up if a company has just sold a lot of new equity.
  • Today the situation is complicated by the fact that there's just so much out there.
  • But gack, it's just so clumsy here, and so very, very self-conscious.
  • D'ye know, that Irish lunatic absolutely ran the gauntlet of pandy fire to get back into Lucknow, and bring out Outram and Havelock in person (with the poor old Gravedigger hardly able to hobble along) just so that they could greet Sir Colin as he covered the last few furlongs? Fiancée
  • Every behatted head is tipped just so. Times, Sunday Times
  • It just sounds good and has the power of transforming a village idiot into a prima agnomina.] 5. 10 INDISPENSABLE BROADCAST JOURNALIST'S WORDS/PHRASES
  • When you reach the Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge, just south of town, mountain-bike a trail network among thousands of migratory birds, then cap it off with a swim in the nearby bioluminescent bay.
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