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Definition of "matter-of-course" [matter-of-course]

  • Proceeding as a natural consequence; following naturally as a thing to be expected or about which there can be no question.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "matter-of-course" in a sentence
  • "Maybe the mayor-elect wrote this way because he actually sees this thing, this election of these two women, this way: just a matter-of-course."
  • "White Americans of my age and experience had and have to confront those racial prejudices imbibed as a matter-of-course, before we knew we were imbibing them."
  • "Thus giving the rest of the world the impression that it's soupy down here, as a matter-of-course."
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