What is another word for such-and-such?

58 synonyms found


[ sˈʌt͡ʃandsˈʌt͡ʃ], [ sˈʌt‍ʃandsˈʌt‍ʃ], [ s_ˈʌ_tʃ_a_n_d_s_ˈʌ_tʃ]

The phrase such-and-such means a specific person or thing that is not named or specified, but it can become repetitive when used frequently in conversation or writing. Luckily, there are several synonyms that can be used instead. Words like certain, particular, specific, or named can be substituted for such-and-such. Each word carries a slightly different connotation and can change the tone of the sentence. For example, particular and specific imply a greater level of detail or precision than such-and-such, while certain can suggest a sense of confidence or certainty. Using synonyms for such-and-such can help add variety and nuance to your language.

How to use "Such-and-such" in context?

For a long time, I have been fascinated by the tales of the sunken cities of Atlantis and Lemuria. In recent years, I have come to believe that these stories are factual.

Certainly, much has been written about lost civilizations and their great fortunes. However, a vast number of stories about these places remain untold. I believe that these lost cities exist, and I have begun to investigate the possibility that they might still be extant.

To begin with, there exist numerous reports of strange lights in the night sky. Such sightings have been reported throughout history, and they have been sighted in locations all over the world.

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intelligently, meditatively, pensively, reflectively, thoughtfully, Contemplatively, fancily, Ponderingly.