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ADVERBS So inserted; omitted; == "also;" == "then"

So is put for the more emphatic form, al-so.

“Demetrius, thou dost over-ween in all,
And so in this, to bear me down with braves.

“It is a cold and heat that does outgo
All sense of winters and of summers so.B. J. Sad Sh. ii. 1.

“Mad in pursuit, and in possession so.

“Good morrow, Antony.
Ant. So to most noble Cæsar.

So approaches "also" in

“Cousin, farewell; and, uncle, bid him so.

So that; so as. (See Pronouns, Relative, 275, 276.)

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