matter of course

  1. an inevitable ending
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How To Use matter of course In A Sentence

  • The increasingly anachronistic tax exemption given to interest payments means that many companies borrow as a matter of course. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'm up on current affairs as a matter of course, but it's those little details that trip you up - the president's name, the exact pronunciation of ‘Britain,’ that sort of thing.
  • He lied about almost everything, just as a matter of course. SUMMER OF FEAR
  • And as the abundant historical record shows, wolves responded to capture (they were regularly caught in traps or in their dens) not by lashing out but by submission; human beings as a matter of course ignored "a frightened creature's obvious pleas for mercy" and proceeded to torture. Wolves, Actors, Jihadis
  • They contend that the results are so emphatic that co-trimoxazole should be administered as a matter of course to all children in Africa who have been diagnosed with HIV. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • I check my in - tray every morning as a matter of course.
  • It was a triumph of organisation and entertainment, a crowd-pleaser from start to finish and an event that will ensure the golfing status of Fota Island as a matter of course.
  • As a matter of course, he was elected monitor.
  • He soon got over his surprise at being met by a Scotland Yard man, and took me as a matter of course. DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE
  • It isn't going to be long before every electronic device that we own is going to automatically connect to global communications networks as a matter of course.
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